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# 41576 18-Sep-2009 16:25
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Kia ora tātou


Just wondering if anyone knew if Te Reo channel is ever going to broadcast on FV HD? or will it always be a FV Sat service?


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  # 256920 18-Sep-2009 19:25
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And only one person would watch it I guess..




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  # 256946 18-Sep-2009 23:46
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Tohe: Kia ora tātou


Just wondering if anyone knew if Te Reo channel is ever going to broadcast on FV HD? or will it always be a FV Sat service?


Cheers



Have you tried asking them as Maori TV are usually very responsive.

When I asked around their launch the answer was that most of their viewership would only get the FV Sat (DTH) service, but they were keeping their options open.




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  # 256950 19-Sep-2009 02:11
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There I was not even knowing that it was missing.

But if you really want to watch it, I am sure someone can give you a copy of the picture they have up all the time I flick past it, so you can see you are not missing much.

Perhaps they figured they had better spend some money on content before worrying about getting more viewers?




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  # 256965 19-Sep-2009 09:27
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Tohe: Kia ora tātou
Just wondering if anyone knew if Te Reo channel is ever going to broadcast on FV HD? or will it always be a FV Sat service?
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Err, it is... Maori TV (MTS)  is currently on the Kordia Mux, along with Stratos, Parliament and Chinese TV.



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  # 256969 19-Sep-2009 09:51
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old3eyes: And only one person would watch it I guess..



I know a few that would



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  # 256970 19-Sep-2009 09:52
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openmedia:

Have you tried asking them as Maori TV are usually very responsive.

When I asked around their launch the answer was that most of their viewership would only get the FV Sat (DTH) service, but they were keeping their options open.



Good idea, Might flick them a quick email. Cheers



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  # 256971 19-Sep-2009 09:55
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wellygary: 

Err, it is... Maori TV (MTS)  is currently on the Kordia Mux, along with Stratos, Parliament and Chinese TV.



Yes, Māori Television is on FV HD, but there is a second Māori channel called "Te Reo" which is currently only available on FV Sat and that is the one I am enquiring about.

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