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Topic # 89039 25-Aug-2011 17:03

Apparently they were going to have UHF HD freeview available in time for the world cup, in the Wairarapa. With the world cup just a few days away, is it going to be ready in time? Currently it isn't showing on the freeview website as being available, or mentioned on their news page.

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  Reply # 512028 25-Aug-2011 19:08
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Look here for coverage maps


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  Reply # 512043 25-Aug-2011 19:43
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It went live in late July.


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  Reply # 512192 26-Aug-2011 07:34
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I am in Masterton and am recieving a good 90% signal off Popoiti.
You will need to rotate your UHF antenna 90 degrees clockwise to point at Popoiti. 

Morgan French-Stagg



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