Five HD headed to Sky+ HD boxes

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Channel Five and Sky have today announced that Five will be launching a HD service for Sky+HD subscribers this July. It means Five's many top-rated US dramas such as CSI and FlashFoward will get a HD makeover, as well as…

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ITV HD headed to Sky+ HD and Virgin Media services in time for the World Cup

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After long negotiations, ITV HD is finally coming to Sky and Virgin Media TV services on April 2nd. The news means that almost all of the 64 World Cup matches from this year's tournament in South Africa will be available…

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Sky's 3D TV service set to work with both passive and active 3D sets

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Migrating to new tech always tends to bring with it some compatibility issues between devices, but thankfully Sky seem to have ironed out any possible problems with their upcoming Sky 3D service. The satellite TV giants sent out a message…

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Shopaholics at Westfield get Sky 3D TV demo next week

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Traipsing through the cavernous Westfield shopping centre might not be as arduous a task as it sounds next week, thanks to a special 3D TV trial that Sky are running. Sky will be handing out 3D glasses to shopaholics visiting…

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Top Four TV Shows we want to see as Wii games

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To celebrate 50 years of being on the goggle-box, Coronation Street is all set to get its own Wii game. There are few details on the title so far, other than that you can expect street-stars from past and present…

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TV viewing at its highest since 1992

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Perhaps it's a knock on effect of the global rescession, but the latest report by the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising has found that TV viewing is at the highest it has been in 18 years. Viewers watched an average…

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