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Freeview Ch 303 Red Button HD

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Old May 31st 13, 06:04 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Peter Duncanson
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On Thu, 30 May 2013 21:04:42 +0100, the dog from that film you saw

On 30/05/2013 20:20, Mark Carver wrote:
Just popped up today I think, on Ch 303 (on DVB-T2 sets only) a holding
for a soon to launch BBC Red Button: HD service.

So is that the fifth 'unsold' slot on the HD mux finally being utilised ?

maybe they will use it to show the bbc 3 and 4 hd stuff - like... bbc hd
did before they did away with it.

The onscreen caption is -

Coming soon for Summer 2013:
the best of BBC Red Button in HD

What does that mean? That seems to mean that it will be showing the best
of Ch301 material in HD. However, the wording may just be confusing.

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Old May 31st 13, 06:07 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Peter Duncanson
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Default Freeview Ch 303 Red Button HD

On Fri, 31 May 2013 17:34:01 +0100, Dickie mint

On 31/05/2013 16:53, Mark Carver wrote:

The caption has changed since yesterday, now has the phrase, 'for Summer
added, which does rather imply a temporary service now ?

.............someone reads this newsgroup ??? !!!!!



There's no one here. We are all imaginary.

More seriously, anyone doing a Google search looking for reactions to
this new channel might find links to relevant comments in this newsgroup
in Google Groups.

Peter Duncanson
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