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Old 22-11-2018, 19:29   #1036
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UKTV have added Yesterday+1 to freeview channel 99 ahead of the expected split

https://www.a516digital.com/2018/11/...-ahead-of.html
Yesterday+1 ?? Isn't that today ??
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Check my other post re UKTV matters:

https://www.cableforum.uk/board/show...&postcount=413
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BBC to take control of UKTV in £200m deal with Discovery.

https://www.theguardian.com/media/20...deal-discovery

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The BBC has taken control of Gold and Dave broadcaster UKTV, which it co-owns with US pay-TV giant Discovery, in the largest deal in the corporation’s history.
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Under the terms of the deal the BBC will take control of seven of the UKTV channels – while Discovery will get Good Food, Home and Really – for almost £200m.
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In addition, the BBC has agreed a lucrative 10-year deal to license its natural history and wildlife content, spanning gems such as Blue Planet and newer fare including Dynasties, for a new international streaming service Discovery is planning to launch in 2020. The content deal, which is thought to be worth more than £30m annually, also includes hundreds of hours of factual programming.

Under the terms of the content deal the new streaming service, which will feature Discovery and BBC content, will not be available in the UK, Ireland and China.
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I wonder how this will affect the content for the forthcoming Britbox service.
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That's in the article too:
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The deal should also help pave the way for the launch of Britbox UK, the streaming joint venture between the BBC and ITV that will launch later this year, providing clarity around the complicated ownership of video-on-demand rights at UKTV.
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