Freeview (New Zealand)

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Freeview is New Zealand's digital terrestrial television platform.wikipedia
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C4 (television channel)

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Freeview's satellite service began on 2 May 2007 with five television channels: TV One, TV2, TV3, C4, and Māori Television.
C4 2 was only available on digital Freeview terrestrial and satellite platforms.

TVNZ Sport Extra

Freeview's first digital-only channel, TVNZ Sport Extra temporary channel from TVNZ, began on 18 May 2007, providing coverage of the V8 Supercar racing.
Broadcasting on channel 20 on Freeview, it showed live and delayed free-to-air coverage of selected events.

Kordia

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The service initially operated only from Kordia sites for areas surrounding Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Napier-Hastings, Palmerston North, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin.
New Zealand customers include: Vodafone New Zealand, 2degrees, Sky Television, TVNZ, Mediaworks, Radio New Zealand, Spark New Zealand, Freeview, and The Radio Network.

Pio Terei

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Since 2012, Māori comedian Pio Terei has been the advertising face of Freeview.
He has also been the advertising face of the Freeview digital television platform since 2012.

TVNZ 1

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Freeview's satellite service began on 2 May 2007 with five television channels: TV One, TV2, TV3, C4, and Māori Television.
The channel is broadcast on the government owned Kordia terrestrial network as well as on one of the two Kordia satellite transponders, which is included in channel packages on the Freeview, Igloo (2012-2017), and Sky platforms.

Choice TV

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It is broadcast nationally on the Freeview digital TV network Channel 12 and on SKY Television Channel 24.

World TV

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It also broadcasts two free-to-air television channels on the Freeview platform and three 24-hour radio networks through terrestrial radio and Sky TV.

TVNZ Duke

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The channel is available on Freeview channel 13 and channel 23 on Sky.

George FM

George FM is a New Zealand dance music radio station, owned and operated by MediaWorks from Ponsonby Road headquarters and relayed on Freeview and radio frequencies around New Zealand.

TVNZ 2

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Freeview's satellite service began on 2 May 2007 with five television channels: TV One, TV2, TV3, C4, and Māori Television.
The channel is broadcast on the government owned Kordia terrestrial network as well as on one of the two Kordia satellite transponders, which is included in channel packages on the Freeview, Igloo, and Sky platforms.

Te Reo (TV channel)

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The channel initially broadcast for three hours a day, seven days a week, during the prime time hours of 8.00 PM to 11.00 PM from Friday 28 March on Freeview Satellite.

Legislature broadcasters in New Zealand

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It broadcasts though media such as TVNZ and MediaWorks New Zealand, as streaming video on the Internet, and, since 9 October 2007, on Freeview channel 31 and Sky Channel 086.

Rhema Media

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It began broadcasting on Sky TV from its launch, and later expanded to UHF in Nelson and Freeview in Christchurch.

DVB-T

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Freeview uses the DVB-S and DVB-T standards on government-provided spectrum.

Sommet Sports

The following channels were closed down due to being unable to meet transmission costs: Sommet Sports on 12 December 2014, Cue on 10 April 2015, and tvCentral (Hamilton and Tauranga) and TV Rotorua both on 30 April 2015.
Sommet Sports was a sports-oriented television channel operated in New Zealand that was broadcast on channel 14 on Freeview NZ.

Prime (New Zealand TV channel)

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On 7 May 2007, a consortium of broadcasters including TVNZ, MediaWorks (owners of TV3 and C4), Maori Television Service, and Radio New Zealand launched the non-profit, free-to-air Freeview service, the nationwide digital free-to-air system in New Zealand.

FashionTV

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In New Zealand, FashionTV is available on Freeview (New Zealand) DTT channel 30 from August 2016.

Freeview (UK)

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During the third week of December 2014, TVNZ tested using the same Huffman look-up tables the BBC implemented to force viewers to use approved Freeview receivers that restrict HD recording and viewing.
Since then, the Freeview model has been copied in Australia and New Zealand.

Face TV

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STRATOS later reemerged on pay TV under the name Face TV.
It was broadcast around New Zealand on the Freeview, Sky TV and TelstraClear cable digital platforms.

MediaWorks New Zealand

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It is operated by a joint venture between the country's major free-to-air broadcasters – government-owned Television New Zealand and Radio New Zealand, government-subsidised Māori Television, and the Australian-owned MediaWorks New Zealand (operators of Three, Bravo and The Edge TV).
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HGTV

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On 27 June 2016, HGTV launched in New Zealand as a free-to-air channel on the Freeview terrestrial platform.

TAB Trackside

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Trackside became a pay TV only channel on 14 April 2014 as a measure to raise more revenue for increased services for New Zealand Racing Board customers.
The channel began broadcasting on Freeview Satellite from 2 May 2007, on Freeview terrestrial on 14 April 2008, and in widescreen from 15 December 2008.

Canterbury Television

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Canterbury TV estimates it will need to pay NZ$1 million a year if it joins Freeview.
On 18 March 2013, CTV joined Freeview, broadcasting from Sugarloaf, Christchurch on Channel 40.

MHEG-5

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MHEG-5 is used for the electronic programming guide.
It is used by Freeview and Freesat in the UK, Freeview in New Zealand, TVB in Hong Kong, Freeview in Australia, Saorview in Ireland and has been specified in South Africa.

TVSN

The Value Channel
From 20 August 2013, Kordia began broadcasting a localised version of the channel on LCN 20 to a national New Zealand audience on the Freeview (New Zealand) terrestrial service, which is taken from the encrypted SKY TV (New Zealand) satellite channel launched at the same time.