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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 82213 24-Apr-2011 17:11
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I found an awesome website much like http://www.satbeams.com/charts which offered RSS feeds of new channel additions to a sat as well as some very nice filtering options like filtering "FTA" or order it per TP.
It also had a very handy search feature to search for a TP or channel name.

I loved this site but I only just found it last week and since then I had to restore my computer to a month old backup so I lost the bookmark :( 

Would be awesome if someone else knows of this site as I would love to have it back. 

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I think I found it on http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/ while on the hunt for the SBS TP, but I can't find it back. 

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  Reply # 462084 25-Apr-2011 08:21
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*edit ^ *

Never mind, just as I had given up searching for the site I came across it on my last google tab :P

Here it is if anyone is interested: http://www.sathint.com/optus-d1

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