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RSC “Twelfth Night” Test & Broadcast 14th February. The test is at 1730 GMT/1830 CET with content from 1845 GMT/1945 CET. The feed is on IS 10-02.
The Test for tomorrow’s broadcast is at 1100GMT/1200CET and is for 60′. The feed is carried on IS-1002.
UPDATE@1350GMT. There will be a brief disturbance/drop-out at ~14:34:17GMT. This is as broadcast on Wednesday night. The Test period for this afternoon’s Encore-by-Satellite starts at 1300GMT/1400ET The relay then commences at 1400GMT
UPDATE@1540GMT. The feed from NY is now stable on all European paths. All subtitle PIDs are present. The Test period for this afternoon’s broadcast starts at 1530GMT/1630CET. The main content commences at 1655GMT/1755CET and is due to finish by 2000GMT
UPDATE@1756GMT. The feed is now available on both IS-1002 and E5Wa. All subtitles are present. UPDATE@1018GMT. Subtitles are now available on IS-1002 UPDATE@ 1010GMT. There are NO SUBTITLES on IS-1002. There is a fault at the ROH. There are subtitles … Continue reading
The 30′ Test period on E5Wa starts at 0830GMT/0930CET. There are 2 channels in the mux: 1 feed with all subtitles embedded and a 2nd channel with burnt-in French. At 0930GMT/1030CET the 30′ Test on IS-1002 with one feed only. … Continue reading
The Test for next week’s broadcast begins at 1100GMT/1200CET and is for 60′ duration. The feed, with all usual subtitles, is carried on IS-1002 and E5Wa.