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Topic # 26058 10-Sep-2008 20:09
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I saw John Campbell say the www.tv3.co.nz website was continuing the live stream of Winston Peters's Privileges committee interview.

I think Kiwi's have swamped the website as I can't get to the website or live stream.

It's on Freeview Channel 7 I've found out. Interesting though. 




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  Reply # 163595 10-Sep-2008 20:12
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Just to confirm - TVNZ's live stream is currently broadcasting it over the net, and 3news.co.nz is down here too.




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  Reply # 163603 10-Sep-2008 20:37
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manhinli: Just to confirm - TVNZ's live stream is currently broadcasting it over the net, and 3news.co.nz is down here too.


Yep, I can confirm that too.

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  Reply # 163626 10-Sep-2008 21:39
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I managed to watch the first 15 minutes or so without any problems but after that it became choppy and at one stage TV3's entire site appeared to go down.

It seems like they should have planned for this better considering that it was predictable that a huge amount of bandwidth resources would used during this time. I was really enjoying watching Winston squirm too. Tongue out

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