This weeks satellite TV news – 6 February 2015
Sky+HD users suffer Planner and Series Link problems
Six Nations starts tonight
Live ON BBC TV, Canal+ (Spain) and BeIN Sports
Premier League UK TV rights
The bids are in : http://www.satandpcguy.com/blog/2015/02/premier-league-uk-tv-rights-bids/
but no winners announced yet: http://www.satandpcguy.com/blog/2015/02/premier-league-uk-tv-rights-bids-not-enough/
BBC lose The Open to Sky Sports who pay £10m a year for broadcast rights
Eurosport extends broadcast rights of La Vuelta until 2020
More Freesat HD installs this week. More Sky HD installs this week. No IPTV installs! Which says it all that people still prefer their UK TV direct from the broadcasters, and in Full HD. And with Freesat, subscription free!
With a Freesat HD receiver, you can enjoy 11 subscription free HD TV channels, including BBC One HD, BBC Two HD, BBC Three HD, BBC Four HD, ITV1HD, and Channel 4HD. As these channels come direct from the broadcasters via satellite, and not via a third party cable, rebroadcast or internet system, you can really use your HD TV to the full with 1080 resolution and Dolby Digital sound. All the more reason to watch your UK TV subscription free and IN HD, with a Freesat HD Satellite system!
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