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Topic # 86554 8-Jul-2011 11:43
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hey geeks :D
i was over at my neighbours, who is freaking out because the freeview company told her that the change is in SEPTEMBER (not yelling) 2011. this is really strange? i thought it was not for another year?

so yea, when is NZ cutting analog and going digital?
cheers heaps




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  Reply # 491000 8-Jul-2011 11:52
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b0untypure1: hey geeks :D
i was over at my neighbours, who is freaking out because the freeview company told her that the change is in SEPTEMBER (not yelling) 2011. this is really strange? i thought it was not for another year?

so yea, when is NZ cutting analog and going digital?
cheers heaps


Check out this press release.

http://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/digital-switchover-dates-confirmed



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  Reply # 491002 8-Jul-2011 11:56
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Wellington to Taranaki (Awakino), south of Taumaranui, Ruapehu and to East Cape



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cheers mate, got the time :D i thought it wasnt this year ! awesome . 2 yrs left :)




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  Reply # 491026 8-Jul-2011 12:34
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www.goingdigital.co.nz since you presumably haven't seen all your tax $$ being spent on TV ads and posters on every bus stop.



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  Reply # 491044 8-Jul-2011 13:09
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sbiddle: www.goingdigital.co.nz since you presumably haven't seen all your tax $$ being spent on TV ads and posters on every bus stop.


my hall of residence is a 3min walk from uni so i never bus :) cheers mate ill pop into that link.




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  Reply # 491063 8-Jul-2011 13:25
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b0untypure1:  when is NZ cutting analog and going digital?


Cutting of analogue will be phased in over time.  Other links given here will help you with this.

When is it going digital? - It already has.

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