Glyndebourne”Madama Butterfly” 21st June. There is a test this evening 1700-1815BST. The broadcast content runs from 1815 to 2130(approx) BST. Please call your helpline if you have any queries.
At 1658 BST the satellite feed is up and stable. PLEASE NOTE, the test loop has “THIS IS CLARITY OUTPUT” across it.
At 11.00 BST IS 10-02 was up and stable. Test finished at 12.00 BST.
Today’s Encore-by-Satellite starts with the Test at 1300BST with the feed on IS-1002. The main content commences at 1400 and is due to end at 1726BST. All usual Helpline resources are available for this broadcast.
As at 13:03 the feed is up and stable.
UPDATE@11:05BST. The feed is live and stable on IS-1002
The Test for next Thursday’s broadcast is today SUNDAY 17th June. It is from 1100-1200BST. All usual Helpline support is available for this Test.
Update 18:00 BST Transmission is established on IS 10-02 and EW5A
The satellite transmission will begin at 18:00 BST/ 19:00 CEST with a test period until 18:55 BST/ 19:55 CEST ahead of the live relay this evening.
11:00 Thest test to cinemas for this evenings live relay has ended. There is still transmission on IS 10-02 until 11:45. This is for Royal Opera House production tests only.
This morning’s test ahead of tonight’s broadcast is from 1000-1100BST / 1100-1200CEST. The broadcast is carried on IS-1002 and E5Wa
SUBTITLES: As this is a ballet, subtitles should be turned OFF in all English-speaking cinemas. They can be ON in non-UK cinemas, for translations of films and presentation etc.
The Test period for today’s broadcast commences at 1400BST / 1500CEST. The broadcast is carried on IS-1002 and E5Wa.
Awaiting feed from Moscow at 14:00BST
Service from Moscow now established at 14:05BST
Content concludes at 18:41BST
Services ceased at 18:47 BST
UPDATE@18:05 The feed is available and stable on IS-1002. we hope your show goes well tonight.
Hello. The Test ahead of this evening’s broadcast is from 1215-1315BST. The programme is carried on IS-1002 only. Usual Helpline resources are in place.
UPDATE@1056BST. The Test feed is now stable on IS-1002 and E5Wa
Good Morning. The Test for next week’s (12th June) broadcast is at 1100-1200BST (1200-1300CEST). The feed is carried on IS-1002 and E5Wa. All usual support resources are in place for this Test