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  # 247215 16-Aug-2009 15:49
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holy crap! THATS AWESOME




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# 247217 16-Aug-2009 15:54
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Sweet as. thanks for keeping us all in touch thats great news

 
 
 
 


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  # 247219 16-Aug-2009 15:55
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Wow. I was always thinking "I'll believe it when I see it". And now I see it! :D

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  # 247226 16-Aug-2009 16:11
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yeeha.. thats such sweet news. I have been waiting for Prime to be on freeview for ages. Just a question.. Stratos is not the same as Triangle TV on normal UHF is it?

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  # 247230 16-Aug-2009 16:19
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What channel number will freeview be allocating Prime to?

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  # 247233 16-Aug-2009 16:26
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I would guess 9, as I believe 1-20 are allocated sequentially and represent major national channels.

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  # 247234 16-Aug-2009 16:26
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im guessing after 3+ ?

im hoping it will bump Maori down the line.




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  # 247237 16-Aug-2009 16:26
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  # 247239 16-Aug-2009 16:34
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finally i can get prime in decent quality, looking froward to it.
great news.

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  # 247240 16-Aug-2009 16:38
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Finally no more dicking around with input to watch prime in crop-and-stretch vision.




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  # 247243 16-Aug-2009 16:45
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So for DVB-S is prime going to be broadcast twice? Or is sky just going to turn encryption off on their existing broadcast?




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  # 247246 16-Aug-2009 16:47
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Behodar: I would guess 9, as I believe 1-20 are allocated sequentially and represent major national channels.


9 was pre-allocated to Mediaworks.

As mentioned here already they appear to be getting channel 10.




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  # 247249 16-Aug-2009 17:04
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When can we expect it to show up in scans, late tonight or early tomorrow?




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  # 247264 16-Aug-2009 17:35
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I can't see it at the moment. But either way this is the best early birthday present i've had for a while although i have doubts it'll be fully up and running tomorrow... i don't mind being proven wrong though...

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  # 247278 16-Aug-2009 18:08
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I would have thought that 5 was more logical....10 requires two keypresses (lazy I know) but also for ch-up, ch-down buttons putting it way up there seems silly. Hopefully I can renumber my tv as i see fit




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