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  Reply # 438626 12-Feb-2011 16:31
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I'm really not much of a sports fan - about all I watch is the occasional rugby or netball match, cricket highlights and a bit of tennis. Having said that, I think it's pretty clear that Freeview could do with a sports channel. If only TVNZ and Mediaworks could work together on this one. Unfortunately I think hell would have to freeze over before that happens...



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  Reply # 438720 12-Feb-2011 22:40
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I've not found any mention on vetrun of the V8s feed this weekend....

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  Reply # 438745 13-Feb-2011 03:40

Watching it now. It's on Asiasat 5. Need a 4m dish, minimum.




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  Reply # 438780 13-Feb-2011 09:49
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hdinsider: Watching it now. It's on Asiasat 5. Need a 4m dish, minimum.


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  Reply # 438789 13-Feb-2011 10:26
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I'm assuming its def on C Band if needing a dish that big



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  Reply # 449823 19-Mar-2011 11:34
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V8 World Feed this weekend on Optus D2, usual spot as per above posts :)

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