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Topic # 15116 5-Aug-2007 13:35
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Ok, so we used to get info (ie. sypnosises) for TV3 and C4 and only programme titles for TV One and Two and now its reversed? Anyone know why?

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  Reply # 81220 5-Aug-2007 22:09
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A little more background maybe? epg info from where? Viewing on what?

Edit.. Must have been tired. From the quick look I had seems that both are bit inconsistant.

Wonder if TVNZ are playing the whole "The EPG data is ours. You cant use it!" game again.







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  Reply # 82050 11-Aug-2007 22:31
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I think he means on the telstraclear website,

for the past year, TV1/2 have only had show names - no descriptions. TV3 had show names and descriptions

As of 2 (ish) weeks ago, TV1/2 have show names and descriptions, whilst TV3 only has show names, no descriptions.

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  Reply # 82088 12-Aug-2007 14:17
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No, I mean on the digital TV EPG. But yeah what you state about the TVNZ and TV3/C4 switching around is correct.

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  Reply # 82234 13-Aug-2007 19:07
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seems fixed on their website, tv1,2,3 all listing descriptions Laughing

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