EPG list for Sky's movie channels

joe516

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We have obtained the full EPG list of the newly reorganised genre-based Sky movie channels.

SkyDigiOnline.co.uk reported yesterday that Sky's movie channels will be reorganised into genre-based channels from 4th April.

A close source at BSkyB has passed the following list to SkyDigiOnline.co.uk.

The list is as follows:

EPG Channel name and transmission hours
301 Sky Movies Premiere 16.00 to 02.00 (10 hours)
302 Sky Movies Premiere+1 17.00 to 03.00 (10 hours)
303 Sky Movies Comedy (24 hours)
304 Sky Movies Action/Thriller (24 hours)
305 Sky Movies Family (24 hours)
306 Sky Movies Drama (24 hours)
307 Sky Movies Sci-Fi/Horror â 16.00 to 04.00 (12 hours)
308 Sky Movies Classics (24 hours)
309 Sky Movies Modern Greats (24 hours)
310 Sky Movies Indie 16.00 to 04.00 (12 hours)
311 Sky Movies HD1 11.00 to 03.00 (16 hours)
312 Sky Movies HD2 11.00 to 03.00 (16 hours)

Every night will be a premiere night with the new-look Sky Movies Premiere (Sky Movies Premiere +1) services which will operate a weekly model - five new titles will premiere every Saturday and will play every night, at the same times for one week.

After that, they'll enter a month-long dark period before migrating to up to three genre channels. Films available in HD will have a simulcast premiere on HD1 or HD2. HD films are exempt from the dark period.

http://media247.co.uk/skydigital/newsarchive/2007/02/exclusive_epg_n.php
 

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thanks for the info mate. Thats much better now as you just dont know premeirs are going to show and the're always too many repeats. so this will be exciting now with genre based
 

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and the're always too many repeats.

five new titles will premiere every Saturday and will play every night, at the same times for one week.

After that, they'll enter a month-long dark period before migrating to up to three genre channels. Films available in HD will have a simulcast premiere on HD1 or HD2. HD films are exempt from the dark period.

if you thought there was fook all except for repeats before, now its the same repeat at the same time every night

only sky can give you less for more money and everyones happy about it lol
 

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see ur not mellowing in ur old age m8....LOL
 
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