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Topic # 189239 21-Dec-2015 14:18
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Looks like "The Shopping Channel" has been moved from the Mediaworks multiplex to a Kordia Multiplex with an associated SID change from 1304 -> 1420. I can also see two additional channels loading, but currently with no channel names

 

  • SID 1507 on a Kordia Multiplex (586MHz in AKL on Waiatarua)
  • SID 1422 on a Kordia Multiplex (602MHzin AKL on Waiatarua)

Haven't seen any announcements regarding new channels recently.




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  Reply # 1455651 22-Dec-2015 20:36
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Hi openmedia

Things are happening at the Freeview front, an explanation from Freeview can be found here: http://freeviewforum.co.nz/forum/topics/freeview-dtt-channel-and-multiplex-changes-in-december?xg_source=activity






 

 

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  Reply # 1455670 22-Dec-2015 20:53
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I thought it might be RNZ. I recall watching the Kordia annual review a few months back where they mentioned RNZ & John Campbells show specifically as joining Freeview...but i guess not(or yet) based on that link info.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1455675 22-Dec-2015 21:10
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mrbbi: I thought it might be RNZ. I recall watching the Kordia annual review a few months back where they mentioned RNZ & John Campbells show specifically as joining Freeview...but i guess not(or yet) based on that link info.


Interesting, I'm only aware that JC new show will be online live to stream, but if Radio New Zealand launches a TV channel then Public Broadcasting may be on a return




 

 

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  Reply # 1455740 23-Dec-2015 00:53
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They could use a small amount of capacity for a weather channel, with current temps and conditions, rain maps, marine forecasts etc played out as an automated slideshow of 5 to 10 minutes. 

Quite a few people are annoyed at losing the one Sky had.

 

 

 

 

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