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  # 920319 23-Oct-2013 12:16
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KiwiNZ: TV1 ….OK
TV2…..OK  but too many repeats, reality TV and Shortland street
TV3….. hardly watch it
TV1 +1 waste of bandwidth
TV2 +1 waste of bandwidth
TV3 +1 waste of bandwidth
C4  can't comment don't watch it 
Prime … OK
Trackside… OK if that is what you are into
Choice… OK
Sommet…; OK ( get rid of your current logo)
The Shopping Channel …. complete waste of space
TVSN….. complete waste of space Parliament….. OK
Cue… don't see it here 
Te Reo… don't have Sat
Maori Television….OK
Shine TV… never watched it, but I am sure it serves those who are interested
Firstlight ….never watched it, but I am sure it serves those who are interested
CTV8… never watched it a

whole bunch of regional stations, occasionally viewed when travelling Wellington does not have one.   So much more could be done with the plus one space holders, they are just a terrible waste of spectrum just to stop competition picking them up.The same goes with the silly shopping channels.

Loading your post was a waste of bandwidth.

Also Maori TV is a waste of money.
Would rather it go to helping starship hospital or something.

Actually I think it is probably our most important broadcaster these days. Ever tried watching it?

Generally known online as OpenMedia, now working for Red Hat APAC a Technology Evangelist and Product Manager. Still playing with MythTV and digital media on the side.

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Master Geek

  # 920804 24-Oct-2013 09:02
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Yep, political debate, foreign movies, arts.

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