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C4 is increasing hours from November

ahem, we'd like to make an announcement...."C4 is increasing hours from November"

This November C4 is increasing on-screen hours quite significantly, with an earlier start during the week and Saturday mornings.

From early November C4 will start two hours earlier on weekdays at 2pm, and on Saturday mornings at the earlier time of 9.00am (running through to midnight Sunday)

These changes mean that viewers will have another 13 whole hours worth of music programming per week - with all new hours being completely dedicated to a selection of music shows .

The increase in hours comes as C4 celebrates a ratings high, with a 29% increase in total viewers this year so far. On average more than 1.5 million people aged 5+ every month view the channel.

C4's new hours officially start Saturday 4th November. Also launching during November is new music show "Watch this Space" - specifically designed to cater to more eclectic tastes in music. More information regarding this show to come.

In the interim, if you have any queries....please just let me know!

Have a lovely afternoon, and don't forget....THE NEW ZEALAND MUSIC AWARDS from 8.30pm TONIGHT exclusively on C4!


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