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Tv One And Tv2 To Be Available On Sky Digital


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Wednesday, 31 October, 2001

Tv One And Tv2 To Be Available On Sky Digital


SKY Television is pleased to announce that TV ONE and TV2 will join SKY’s satellite platform on 1st December 01.

The additional channels will give SKY subscribers a full compliment of all national Free-to-Air channels. SKY already carries TV3, TV4, Prime and Trackside.

“For the first time, viewers will be able to watch all the national Free-to-Air channels in crystal clear digital quality picture and sound no matter where they live in New Zealand,” said John Fellet, SKY’s Chief Executive Officer.

“I am also pleased that now all the national broadcasters will be able to work together to develop interactive television applications,” said Fellet.

TV ONE and TV2 will be on buttons 1 and 2 respectively on the SKY digital remote control. SKY will take this opportunity of reconfiguring its digital channel line-up. This will be announced in the December SkyWatch.

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