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  Reply # 602253 29-Mar-2012 22:46

Rights can be different for free to air and subscriber channels I guess.




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  Reply # 602257 29-Mar-2012 22:51

They can buy the program rights septately. A lot of discovery stuff is put on 1/2/3/4. What I liked was thefrazen planet series was aired in NZ before us cable.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 615238 26-Apr-2012 02:43
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If I ran a Freeview channel, it would be full of classic british comedies, with the ocasional good American comedy. I'd probably show some classic kids shows, or drama series etc..

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  Reply # 615240 26-Apr-2012 03:01
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I think free TV needs some sport actually shown outside news shows..

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