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Monday, 6 August 2012
Paul Scott
7:51 PM

It makes my blood boil a little when the BBC can dedicate a lot of space, albeit temporarily to 24 + channels just for the Olympics. I'd like to see more documentary and classic film channels which, surely with BBC/ITV's archives shouldn't be too hard to do!

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Paul Scott's 2 posts GB
Monday, 24 September 2012
5:40 AM Woking

This might seem a really silly question, but here goes.....

If God to is a free to view channel, then why is it not available on freeview?

We have bt vision and the tv listing guide updated over the weekend. God tv is now listed, but can't view it, just the logo screen appears.

All kinds of weird and not so wonderful things happening to our tv's!!


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Karen's 1 post GB
Sunday, 2 December 2012
Stephen Alden
1:32 AM


I have read about the new BT Sports channels will interest, will these be offered as subscription extras to Freeview/TopUp DTV customers?
Steve, ESSEx

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Stephen Alden's 8 posts GB
Wednesday, 2 January 2013
9:13 PM

why is home channel not on freeview ?

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Dil's 1 post GB
Thursday, 9 May 2013
12:26 PM

Why is it that channels such as home, Espn, the zone,sky sports 1+2 etc etc don't work and us are complaint about not having space what's the point in having channels that don't work??

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Jordan's 1 post GB
12:39 PM

Jordan : they work just fine if you pay to watch them...

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Briantist's 38,786 posts Owner Owner GB
Dave Lindsay
12:56 PM

Jordan : Because they are encrypted and require a subscription.

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Dave Lindsay's 5,724 posts Platinum Platinum GB
6:26 PM

I thought the idea behind switching off the analogue signal was to free up some more bandwidth, thus allowing for more freeview channels? Maybe if they dropped a couple of shopping channels and Babestation+1 we could have some more decent channels! :)

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Giles's 3 posts GB
6:37 PM

Giles: The point of switching of analogue was to provide a "digital dividend". This was never expected to be "more Freeview channels".

As for the comment about "dopped a couple of shopping channels", there is no "they" to do this.

The Freeview system is a "free market" where channel providers can bid for use of the spectrum on a free and fair basis. If the shopping channels can make a profit, they are entitled to operate.

The "adult" channels only operate at night, using bandwidth capacity provided by other channels going off-air. If they were removed, it won't create any space for new channels.

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