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# 108585 2-Sep-2012 08:49
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Firstlight TV channel 26 - starting 17 September. www.firstlight.org.nz/
Also Channel 800 - test bars, no audio, could be Hawke's Bay TV Channel 51?

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  # 682534 6-Sep-2012 20:06
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firstlight = godsquad tv

zzzzzzzzzz

need eternal darkness to balance it out.


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  # 682539 6-Sep-2012 20:16
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Firstlight is also showing on Chan 26 (I think) off Mt Te Aroha

 
 
 
 


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  # 682914 7-Sep-2012 19:09
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Yup, 26 on Te Aroha, on the Kordia mux. It's playing something at the moment (in 4:3) and doesn't just have test bars. 51 is an existing radio station on Te Aroha, and 800 doesn't do anything on my Sony TV.

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  # 682940 7-Sep-2012 20:47
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It seems to be playing a nature loop. Very boring indeed.




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  # 682943 7-Sep-2012 20:54
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I didn't watch for long enough to see that it's just a loop :P



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  # 683043 8-Sep-2012 11:44
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Channel 800 in Hawke's Bay now blank with message "no service"



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  # 688101 19-Sep-2012 11:20
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Hawke's Bay Television is Channel 801, still "no service" message.
Channel 800 says "Program 1", also "no service" message.

 
 
 
 


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  # 688117 19-Sep-2012 12:04
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I'm so excited about this.



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  # 688276 19-Sep-2012 16:15
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I am only moderately interested.....



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  # 694717 2-Oct-2012 11:08
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HBTV (channel 800) on its own UHF channel 27. Weaker signal than others, probably from a different location (Mt Threave, not Mt Erin)

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