ITV joins BBC to create free HDTV satellite service

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  1. The News Bot

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    The prospect of free-to-air high definition TV broadcasting in the UK moved forward this week with the announcement by the BBC that it plans to launch the Freesat platform early 2008. The venture has been approved by the BBC Trust and will be conducted as a joint venture with ITV.The proposal is for [...]
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    Freeview needs consigning to history now then really.
     
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    Why so? If you can receive Freeview through an aerial why should you then be obliged to fork out for a satellite receiver etc if Freeview does what you want?
     
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    Yeah, I mean its only in 8.3 Million homes compared to 8 Million for Sky. It sure has been a big failure :rotfl:
     

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