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    Lisa Riley’s Back and Better Than Ever With Her Brand New Autumn Clothing Line, Exclusively at Ideal World

    We’re excited to announce that TV favourite and Loose Women panellist Lisa Riley is returning to Ideal World with style to unveil her brand new autumn clothing line.

      After winning multiple plus size awards, Lisa decided to launch her own clothing label ‘Just Be You’ exclusively with Ideal World to overcome the disappointment in styles previously offered to her. After sharing her amazing weight loss journey with the nation, Lisa created her collection of clothing and garments to make you feel “confident, sexy and beautiful.”

    The TV favourite says “Of all my collections with Ideal World, this is by far my ultimate favourite. I feel the fabrics, colours and the unique “me” style comes across 100%. It is fashion for everyone. I hope you love it as much as I do!”

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      Default The Freeview Changelog

      Challenge to go 24hours in Wales on freeview on September 15th

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      http://www.dmol.co.uk/DMOL%20LCN%20C...rch%202012.pdf

      Annex 1 – DMOL’s interim proposal to reunite the Adult genre and move the Local TV genre
      Independently of this consultation, Ofcom has requested - pursuant to the UK Code of Broadcast Advertising (the “BCAP Code”) - that DMOL should seek to promptly reunite the split Adult genre on the platform, and position the adult content after all other television channels which involves addressing the positioning of the Local TV genre in relation to the Adult genre.
      Specifically, this means:
      1. That the two parts of the Adult genre (one currently at LCNs 92 to 99; the other currently at LCNs 189 to 199) should be reunited into one block; and
      2. That the Local TV genre (currently at LCN 200) should be positioned ahead of the Adult genre.
      This consultation document considers the most appropriate long term position of the adult channels. However, Ofcom‟s view is that an interim solution should be sought given the public protection issues that are raised.
      As such we are consulting with the adult and local TV channels on the platform on a proposal to address Ofcom‟s concern on a shorter timescale, as follows:
      1. To expand the current Adult genre running from LCNs 92 to 99 (inclusive) to run from LCNs 91 to 100 (inclusive), so that the two channels currently sitting in the overflow section at LCNs 189 to 199 may be reunited with the other Adult channels; and
      2. To move the Local TV genre, on an interim basis, from LCN 200 to the LCN 75 to 79 range, in between the Children‟s genre (at LCNs 70 to 74) and the News genre (at LCNs 80 to 89). This, in effect, would mean moving Channel M in Manchester from LCN 200 to LCN 75; though channels may subsequently launch in other areas.
      These two proposals are illustrated in the diagram below.
      We have asked for responses from the Adult and Local TV channel operators by Wednesday 4 April, so that we might implement any agreed changes by Wednesday 18 April, when c.18% of viewers will be re-tuning for London switchover, and so would pick up channel moves. We will notify stakeholders of any agreed changes on the DMOL website.
      We would like to be clear that these proposals are an interim solution, intended to keep channel changes to a minimum consistent with meeting Ofcom‟s immediate concern to ensure that there is a clearly signposted single block of adult content after all the television services. Our longer term proposals for the positioning of adult and local channels are contained within this full consultation document, and any changes we make in the interim are without prejudice to the proposals within this document
      Summary of Proposed Interim Changes
      LCN Proposed

      70-74 Children‟s Genre Children‟s Genre
      75-79 Local TV Genre
      80 - 89 News Genres News Genre
      90
      91 ADULT SLATE
      92 Adult Service 1
      93 Adult Service 2
      94 Adult Service 3
      95 Adult Service 4
      96 Adult Service 5
      97 Adult Service 6
      98 Adult Service 7
      99 Adult Service 8
      100 ADULT SLATE
      101-116 Text Genre Text Genre




      117-188
      189 ADULT SLATE gone
      190
      191
      192
      193 Babestation 2 moved
      194 Playboy moved
      195
      196
      197
      198
      199 ADULT SLATE gone
      200 Local TV Genre moved


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      new channels

      LCN 62 TV Stars
      LCN 90 TV News
      LCN 302 Extra sports channel from the BBC

      Channels removed from freeview

      LCN 189 Adult Section
      LCN 199 Adult Section
      LCN 200 Channel M (Manchester only)

      all Adult channels have new channel numbers

      rescan now

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      If I'm not interested in the channels Michael does it matter if I don't re-scan?

      Thanks.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jan View Post
      If I'm not interested in the channels Michael does it matter if I don't re-scan?

      Thanks.
      yes as it nice to be up to date

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      Thank You.

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      Default price-drop get more freeview hours

      As of last night price-drop is now on freeview channel 37 8am-0200am

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      4seven are carrying out engineering test before launching tonight @7pm

      on freeview channel 47

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      LCN 23 bidtv now has a new name bid

      LCN 37 price-drop tv now has a new name price-drop

      Create & Craft now have new hours on LCN36

      old hours 0600-1800
      new hours 0600-2200

      Food Network uk on LCN 49 is now 24/7

      old hours 1800-2200

      new hours 24/7


      rescan to get these changes now

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      Default The Jewellery Channel Playboychat TV new times

      The Jewellery Channel is now 24/7 on freeview LCN60

      playboy TV is now on from midnight-6am LCN99

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