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  # 247492 17-Aug-2009 09:43
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hamisht: does anyone have a correct list of the current FTA channels in order? ie;

1. TV1
2. Tv2
3.Tv3
4. C4
..
..


I just did a muck up on my reciever and deleted all the TPs, so had to add them again and need to sort the channels out.  also picked up a wierd Aussie live feed.


on freeview hd it's tv1,tv2,tv3,c4,maori,tvnz6,tvnz7,tv3+1,prime,chinese, freeview hd demo.
if you've got freeview sattelite stratos/tringle is in there somewhere as well and the aussie feed would be sbs.  

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  # 247498 17-Aug-2009 09:59
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I've also got another 2 weird live aussie feeds

1 looks like a breakfast show on a beach, the other has a channel label of HSV trailer, just some camera running with people talking in the backround both are not sbs

 
 
 
 


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  # 247500 17-Aug-2009 10:00
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Article up on the Herald, sorry if already posted somewhere

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=10591286

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  # 247502 17-Aug-2009 10:01
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hamisht: does anyone have a correct list of the current FTA channels in order?
You know there's really no such thing as the 'correct' order.  Just scan each TP, save the channels and then arrange them as you see fit.  Obviously TV1, TV2 etc have numbers in their names, so it would make sense to line them up, but after that it's up to you.


12483   22500 H   TVNZ

12456   22500 H   Media works

12646   12600 V   SBS Australia

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  # 247515 17-Aug-2009 10:32
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Wills1: I've also got another 2 weird live aussie feeds

1 looks like a breakfast show on a beach, the other has a channel label of HSV trailer, just some camera running with people talking in the backround both are not sbs


they'll be uplinks from studio to location for something.  They popup on D1, D2 and AS4 all the time. 

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  # 247549 17-Aug-2009 11:29
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looks like more shocking pixelated images on the prime channel on dvb-s

Crystal clear digital tv my arse, what a joke.

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  # 247554 17-Aug-2009 11:31
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yeah? i think it looks ok compared with all the other channels




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  # 247561 17-Aug-2009 11:42
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Still no epg on tvnz listings yet...just as well I can get off satellite as well.




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  # 247566 17-Aug-2009 11:52
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In 720p or 1080i on DVB-T?




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  # 247568 17-Aug-2009 11:54
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mcraenz: In 720p or 1080i on DVB-T?


576i.





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  # 247603 17-Aug-2009 12:39
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I've added a white Prime logo for MC7 if anyone wants it here.






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  # 247616 17-Aug-2009 12:53
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hamisht: does anyone have a correct list of the current FTA channels in order? ie;

1. TV1
2. Tv2
3.Tv3
4. C4
..
..


I just did a muck up on my reciever and deleted all the TPs, so had to add them again and need to sort the channels out.  also picked up a wierd Aussie live feed.


Full details here - http://www.freeviewnz.tv/whats_on_freeview/channels




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  # 247623 17-Aug-2009 13:01
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Dows any one know if Prime is going to broadcast any HD programming on Freeview or MySkyHDi or at all?

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  # 247634 17-Aug-2009 13:11
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not yet, but I understand they plan on showing the winter Olympics in HD next year. So perhaps it'll be in HD come next year.

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  # 247635 17-Aug-2009 13:13
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Well thats a promising start - I expect as some of the broadcast rights are re signed over the year more and more content will keep popping up.

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