Tuesday, 27 September 2011

UPDATED - EXCLUSIVE: Coming up on Virgin TV.

I have been given the following dates but they are still subject to change.

September:

  • 27th. Good Food +1 will move from Virgin Channel 261 to Virgin Channel 262.
  • 27th. Virgin will put an Slate up for Yesterday +1 on Virgin Channel 204.
  • 27th. Virgin will put an Slate up for Eden HD on Virgin Channel 209.
  • 27th. Virgin will put an Slate up for Eden +1 on Virgin Channel 210.
  • 27th. Virgin will put an Slate up for Good Food HD on Virgin Channel 261.
  • 27th. Virgin will put an Slate up for Sky Movies Classic HD on Virgin Channel 441.

October:

  • 5th. Watch +1 to move from Virgin Channel 125 to Virgin Channel 190.
  • 5th. Dave Ja Vu to move from Virgin Channel 129 to Virgin Channel 191.
  • 5th. Virgin will put an Slate up for Watch HD on Virgin Channel 125.
  • 5th. Virgin will put an Slate up for Dave HD on Virgin Channel 129.
  • 5th. Yesterday +1 will launch on Virgin Channel 204 today.
  • 5th. Eden HD will launch on Virgin Channel 209 today.
  • 5th. Eden +1 will launch on Virgin Channel 210 today.
  • 5th. Good Food HD will launch on Virgin Channel 261 today.
  • 5th. Sky Movies Classic HD will launch on Virgin Channel 441 today.
  • 12th. Watch HD will launch on Virgin Channel 125 today.
  • 12th. Dave HD will launch on Virgin Channel 129 today.

THIS POST WAS UPDATED ON SEPTEMBER 27TH AT 2PM.

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Wednesday, 21 September 2011

EXCLUSIVE: Yesterday +1 tests appear on Virgin Media.

It look like Virgin Media have got the rights to rebroadcast Eden +1 and Yesterday + 1 as part of the new UKTV deal.

I see that Yesterday +1 is now testing on Virgin Channel 897. It EPG says ''Coming Soon''.

If you go to TV Guide and to go Channel 897 and press I it will say the following:
"New Channels from UKTV arriving on Virgin Media very soon. See screen messages for details." 

Yesterday +1 may launch on Tuesday as the EPG for Yesterday +1 is testing right now but they are testing with the same EPG as Yesterday.

More on this as I get it...