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#138516 7-Jan-2014 17:59
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Ive Been Contacting A Reliable Source Who Has Confirmed to me that TV3's Auckland News Set Is Getting A Slight Upgrade For HD Broadcasting 

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  #962608 7-Jan-2014 18:05
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Can the reliable source also pass a message to the producers to reduce the amount of sports news at 1800 hours because we already have ESPN for that

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  #962611 7-Jan-2014 18:09
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khull: Can the reliable source also pass a message to the producers to reduce the amount of sports news at 1800 hours because we already have ESPN for that


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  #962614 7-Jan-2014 18:16
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Gradyconnellnz: Ive Been Contacting A Reliable Source Who Has Confirmed to me that TV3's Auckland News Set Is Getting A Slight Upgrade For HD Broadcasting 


Can We Not Capitalise Every Word ? If Nothing Else It Will Improve Your Typing Speed ;-)

But what do you mean by upgrade ?  More bandwidth for the channel ?  Better content ?




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  #962620 7-Jan-2014 18:28
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Sorry it's a strange habit I have
Only ever do it on my laptop thou

It's so the studio can broadcast with HD cameras and HD output. I.E new screens ect

The source wished to remain unnamed



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  #962622 7-Jan-2014 18:32
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They will upgrade the cameras from SD to HD my source has confirmed

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  #962624 7-Jan-2014 18:40
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I'd hope since they are in the mood for HD that they will upgrade FOUR to HD in the process :-)

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  #962625 7-Jan-2014 18:40
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Great, now they can stop with the budget edge enhancement they apply to the studio cameras then.

How about they also figure out how to source the clips they show from sky and other channels in something that doesnt look like its been thru a composite feed and a VHS deck while they are at it?




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  #962626 7-Jan-2014 18:41
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Yeah here's hoping so. Means the cartoons can be in HD too



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  #962628 7-Jan-2014 18:41
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I think that they are working on that too but I cannot confirm

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  #962655 7-Jan-2014 19:27
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Pity they don't improve the quality of their news as well instead of the usual local sensationalized stuff like "Bag snatch in South Auckland. We're now crossing to our reporter on the scene"




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  #962659 7-Jan-2014 19:31
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Well that's why I prefer CNN over any local news station one three prime/sky

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  #962663 7-Jan-2014 19:34
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4K or go home



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  #962664 7-Jan-2014 19:35
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Yeah haha. 4K rules

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  #962688 7-Jan-2014 20:00
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Gradyconnellnz: Ive Been Contacting A Reliable Source Who Has Confirmed to me that TV3's Auckland News Set Is Getting A Slight Upgrade For HD Broadcasting 


 

Can the reliable source confirm actual news will be broadcast, or will it just be cats up trees in Dunedin and Dan Carter's new hat?







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  #962696 7-Jan-2014 20:02
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My dad says : TBC


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