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February 5, 2009

Freesat adds more TV


by David Allen

The non-subscription satellite broadcaster, Freesat, will be adding more channels to bolster the service it is already providing.

The first will be the launch of the Bloomberg Television Network.

This channel has made its name by providing up-to-the-minute news aimed at the business and financial sectors.

Bloomberg TV will be running twenty four hours per day.

Some light entertainment viewing will also be added.

First will be the channel dedicated to dance music called Clubland and Feesat will also be offering a time delayed channel, for all viewers interested in weddings, called Wedding TV +1.

Viewers will not have to do anything to their equipment, as the changes will take place automatically as and when the channels go live.

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