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  Reply # 1074731 26-Jun-2014 01:04
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Looks like the change is rolling out now.
Freeview TV guide now shows FOUR+1 (could the logo be any bigger?!?).
C4 just switched to a placeholder for "The Edge TV".

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  Reply # 1074894 26-Jun-2014 11:19
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Sugarloaf: EdgeTV now on ch.11 (same placeholder though as earlier today - they start tomorrow) and Four+1 broadcasting on ch.9.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1075087 26-Jun-2014 15:49
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I see Edge TV is up on 12644H SID 1255 on DTH.

No sign of Four+1 yet.




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  Reply # 1075152 26-Jun-2014 17:54
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The Edge TV is up on Optus D1 12644 H 22500

Will keep an eye out for Four +1.

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  Reply # 1075292 26-Jun-2014 22:43
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openmedia: I see Edge TV is up on 12644H SID 1255 on DTH.

No sign of Four+1 yet.


Hi Guys 

Four+1 will not be on Satellite till Mid-July, this applies to both Freeview Satellite and SKY 

Currently FOUR+1 has soft-launched on Freeview HD 9 and Mediaworks will officially launch FOUR+1 mid-july when both services are up and running. Channel 9 on DTH will remain removed till FOUR+1 launches

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  Reply # 1075744 27-Jun-2014 19:58
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openmedia: I see Edge TV is up on 12644H SID 1255 on DTH.

No sign of Four+1 yet.


Hi Guys 

Four+1 will not be on Satellite till Mid-July, this applies to both Freeview Satellite and SKY 

Currently FOUR+1 has soft-launched on Freeview HD 9 and Mediaworks will officially launch FOUR+1 mid-july when both services are up and running. Channel 9 on DTH will remain removed till FOUR+1 launches

Cheers

Joshua Hill


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  Reply # 1078017 1-Jul-2014 15:56
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Thanks for the link. Cheers




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  Reply # 1089160 15-Jul-2014 11:20
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Four plus1 has started on satellite now. Slightly disappointed as I was expecting it to be 4k




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  Reply # 1089185 15-Jul-2014 12:03

Was there this morning but now it's disappeared. Was on a non approved box though...




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  Reply # 1089192 15-Jul-2014 12:11
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I was expecting Sommett Sport to be at least SD as well.




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  Reply # 1089267 15-Jul-2014 13:46
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hdinsider: Was there this morning but now it's disappeared. Was on a non approved box though...


Still testing, Later this week all Approved boxes will see FOUR Plus 1 Pop up 

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  Reply # 1089295 15-Jul-2014 14:35
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hdinsider: Was there this morning but now it's disappeared. Was on a non approved box though...


Still testing, Later this week all Approved boxes will see FOUR Plus 1 Pop up 


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Reply # 1089440 15-Jul-2014 18:23
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Ok, we have Four+1 now. But there is no programme guide for this new channel.




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  Reply # 1091224 18-Jul-2014 10:39
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Four+1 started on Freeview Satellite on July17 .   Now I suppose we have to wait for Prime+1 or will the next one be One+2 ???....I believe they have a few +2 channels in the UK.

To me, as many viewers now have time-shifting devices, this Freeview bandwdth would be far better used to launch a few Freeview HD channels on Satellite.  14% of Kiwi households will still be without Freeview HD when the Terrestrial network is entended fom 75%  to 86% coverage.

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