Monday, 28 January 2008

BBC: BBC Trust approves Gaelic Digital Service with conditions

Following a full Public Value Test, the BBC Trust has approved the Gaelic Digital Service to launch now on cable, satellite and broadband, but not Freeview at this time.

Friday, 25 January 2008

Radio Today: Emap Radio sale approved.

The sale of Emap Radio to German publishing company H Bauer has been approved.

At today's General Meeting, 98% of Emap shareholders authorised the disposal of the groups' 38 radio stations which includes London's commercial market leader Magic 105.4.

Bauer were confirmed as new owners of Emap's radio division in December, when it was revealed a final offer of £422 million was accepted for the stations.

Monday, 21 January 2008

MTV Flux is to closed next month.

MTV Flux is to be renamed MTV One +1 on the 1st of February on Virgin Channel 325.

Wednesday, 9 January 2008

Arsenal: Arsenal TV not on Virgin Media from launch.

I have found the following on the Arsenal web site about Arsenal TV coming to Virgin Media.
Q: Is Arsenal TV available on Virgin Media?

A: Due to issues with Virgin Media's channel capacity Arsenal TV will not be available on Virgin Media at launch. The channel will launch as planned on Sky Chanel 423 on January 14th. Arsenal would like to apologise on behalf of Virgin for this delay and re-assure all supporters that we are working with Virgin and Setanta to resolve this issue as soon as possible. Arsenal TV will be available to Virgin customers in the future and the date will be publicised widely as soon as it is confirmed.

Tuesday, 8 January 2008

Virgin Media update.

Disc Home and Health +1 has today been axe on Virgin Channel 275.

Sunday, 6 January 2008

Virgin Media to axe Leonardo in Ex-Telewest tonight.

Leonardo is going to closed at 3am tonight [ Info from my V+ Box ].