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  Reply # 884632 26-Aug-2013 12:51
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PottsyNZ: +1 channels are pretty much free ad revenue, so I think it'll stay...


I'm reasonably certain that broadcasters get extra revenue from ads that play on +1 channels.



I think you'll find that's what PottsyNZ meant.

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  Reply # 885087 27-Aug-2013 02:20
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My mistake, I meant to say that broadcasters DON'T get extra revenue from ads that play on +1 channels.

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  Reply # 885119 27-Aug-2013 09:00
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robjg63: I think they have an obligation to use it or loose it dont they?
If they shut it down they would either have to replace with something else or sell off the frequency.

Would be a pity - TV1 + 1 and TV3 +1 are useful when 2 things are on at the same time.

Where did the rumour come from?


Heard it from my wife who read it on a Trade Me Forum


where's that robot when he's needed?




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