Just found on BBC News....

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I think they are reffering to how it stopped people watching the World Cup.
 

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If the cable or satellite television service is disrupted, then surely if you're that desperate you could rejig your television set to read the analouge signals?
 

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Cockfosters said:
If the cable or satellite television service is disrupted, then surely if you're that desperate you could rejig your television set to read the analouge signals?
Exactly, only takes 15 Minutes. :)
 

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Coxster said:
I think they are reffering to how it stopped people watching the World Cup.
Hardly the end of the world.....at least from 7pm yesterday it wasnt.

Come on Tim! You've got to try harder to get out in the first game you play!
 
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