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June 5, 2009

Hallmark climbs up Sky’s EPG


by David Allen

The Hallmark Channel will be climbing up the Sky TV electronic programme guide (EPG) by twenty places, to put it alongside the NBCU owned sister channel, Sci Fi.

The channel will be moved up to channel 130 from the existing spot of 150.

This will give the Hallmark Channel a more prominent position amongst the most popular channels available on the Sky network.

The time shift versions of both the Hallmark and Sci Fi Channels will also be moved up the EPG, with Sci Fi+1 moving to 205 and the Hallmark Channel+1 moving to 150.

These changes are due to take place on Monday, July 6th.

Both channels are happy with the moves as it puts the programming in line with some on the more popular channels available on the EPG.

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