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Offline ozbear

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TVS Sydney Listings Problems
« on: November 05, 2010, 01:37:39 PM »
I know the listings have just started but but me outlne some initial problems that should be sorted out (Windows 7 Client):
1) Show "One Step Beyond" is not selectable as a Series Record, only individual ones so you have to select each one from the guide manually.
2) The Morning Movie (10 am in Sydney) is not set up as "The Morning Movie" so it is not available as a series record.  The individual movies just show up under their names.
3) "The Schlocky Horror Picture Show" same problem as (2)

The way Ice lists these in the Guide is quite different (and less usable) than the way the broadcaster listings were set up.

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Re: TVS Sydney Listings Problems
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2010, 02:15:44 PM »
The 'One Step Beyond' program is now flagged as a series.

We've set up the Movies as we do for all the other channels. All customers we talked with years ago requested Movies be scheduled as 'one-offs'. We've had no requests to do otherwise since. Other channels maybe have a regular slot called 'Friday Night at the Movies' (for example), but not every friday night movie is to everyone's taste. When we start flagging one off events / movies as series we become very unpopular. Thanks for the feed back though.


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