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SUNDAY 6th JANUARY The satellite feed for the Encore is now live on IS-1002, with all the same details as yesterday evening SATURDAY 5th JANUARY The feed is now established on IS-1002. Service name is “André Rieu” (no surprises … Continue reading
SUNDAY 29th @1400BST. The satellite feed for the Encore relay is now available and stable. As last night, there will be the same switch from Test to Content at 1445BST UPDATE@1755BST. The Test feed is now up and stable on IS-1002. … Continue reading
The Test ahead of this afternoon’s box-office record-breaking event Encore is at 1100BST/1200CEST. As previously, the feed is carried on IS-1002 and IS-905.
UPDATE@13:45BST. The Schedule for this afternoon is: (all BST. Add +1hr for CEST) 14:00 Arqiva DCD Test Loop 14:35 Static/Mute Holding card 14:45 Walk-In Material 15:00 Encore commences 17:48 Encore ends The Test ahead of this afternoon’s Encore is at … Continue reading
UPDATE:21:40. there was a brief disturbance to the transmission UPDATE@21:19BST. There was a brief loss of audio for around 15″ UPDATE@19:14 Apologies for the late report (the phones all melted with call volume!). There was a brief failure of the … Continue reading
11:00 Established and stable on IS 10-02 and IS 905 Today’s test starts at 11:00 BST/12:00 CEST on IS 10-02 and IS 905
Update @09:30 The feed is up and stable on IS 10-02 and IS 905 Today’s test is from 09:30-11:00 BST/ 10:30-12:00 CEST. It is carried on IS 10-02 and IS 905.
The Test for this afternoon’s Encore is at 0900GMT/1000CET for 60′. This broadcast will be on IS-1002 and IS-905. Conference number not working at present. Please call 07973 295554 if you need help. This is the timetable for the rest … Continue reading
UPDATE@15:59GMT The live broadcast is now up and stable on both satellites. We are happy that it is syncronous UPDATE@1204GMT: The feed is now live again on both satellites. We understand that the previous audio issues should now have been … Continue reading