At 8/2/12 07:03 PM, Ejit wrote:
At 8/2/12 06:50 PM, liljim wrote:
TV with built in freeview. Have recently rescanned. If you have a solution I apologise unreservedly to the BBC thanks BBC.
What sort of TV set up do you have? Are you using a TV with built-in Freeview, or are you using a freeview box, satellite or cable? I'll explain why I'm asking after you've answered. And no, I'm not here for a dig at you, but I think I have the answers you're looking for.
Unfortunately, I don't have a solution for you, but I can at least try and explain why you have such crappy coverage.
I noticed a friend of mine complaining about the same thing on Facebook yesterday, saying she'd resorted to streaming what she wanted over her phone. I asked her why she didn't just push the red button and explained that I had a menu full of stuff. She used to direct some of the sports coverage on the BBC years ago, so I was wondering what the hell she was talking about.
She explained that I have Sky and that digital TV is similar to internet connections - Sky (which I have) and Cable are capable of delivering greater bandwidth than setups like yours. The BBC's full services will be available to anyone who has the right equipment regardless of their network provider and in my case, I get it all in HD.
Here's a photo of one of the menus I have - obviously there's not much on at this time of night, but each of the events you see on there are available whenever they're live.