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  Reply # 579799 10-Feb-2012 14:40
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Sounds ok - Could imagine watching the mix of programs they are talking about.
The film festival films sounds promising...




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  Reply # 579824 10-Feb-2012 15:40
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Although I didn't like this part of the article

"in those areas of the country that are covered by Kordia transmitters"

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  Reply # 579834 10-Feb-2012 16:02
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Sounds promising, certainly more so than a dedicated home shopping channel (Settings > Channels > shopping channel > DELETE ).

Will TiVo users be left out in the cold again? Hopefully not!

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  Reply # 579852 10-Feb-2012 16:29
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Looking like a terrestrial only channel as well.




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  Reply # 579855 10-Feb-2012 16:39
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Looks like the TVNZ7 shopping channel has gone

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=10784517




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