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hamistheman

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#29224 29-Dec-2008 17:20
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Hi All...

Just wondering if anyone knew the timeframe ( if at all ) Triangle/Stratos is coming to Freeview Terrestrial ?

This was asked in march ( http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=83&topicid=20395  )

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  #186607 29-Dec-2008 23:02
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Sorry, I can't recell where I saw the answer, but I recall that the answer is: It's not.

If I find the source I'll provive a link.

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  #186611 29-Dec-2008 23:42
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hamistheman: Hi All...

Just wondering if anyone knew the timeframe ( if at all ) Triangle/Stratos is coming to Freeview Terrestrial ?

This was asked in march ( http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=83&topicid=20395  )

Cheers


I belive they were considering doing the regional Triangle variants at somepoint, but not for a while due to cost.

Tried emailing Triangle about it?




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hamistheman

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#186638 30-Dec-2008 10:24
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Hi All,

Just got a reply back from Triangle

We currently have no plans to join the Freeview terrestrial platform due to budgetary reasons.
Stratos and Triangle are available either on UHF or Freeview satelltie, plus on the TelstraClear cable in Wellington and Christchurch.   Kind regards,  
Hans Versluys
 Director of Programming
Triangle Television       Stratos Television
http://www.tritv.co.nz  http://www.stratostv.co.nz
PO Box 78 034 Grey Lynn,
Auckland,
New Zealand
Ph +64 9 376 5030
fax +64 9 376 5049


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KiwiME
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  #191965 25-Jan-2009 14:28
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I got the same answer in an email from Television Hawkes Bay. 

However on their web site it says this:

"TVHB will eventually become one of the Digital Terrestrial channels in Hawke's Bay."

I hope they get on soon because like Prime, SD broadcasts are ever becomming less tolerable to me.

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  #191978 25-Jan-2009 15:40
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It'll stll be SD on Freeview(sometimesHD)...

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