Digital TV Leads to Higher Satisfaction

from the digital-era-for-couch-potatoes dept

A survey released recently has broken down the experiences of digital TV users in the UK, highlighting the good and bad aspects of digital services. One of the surprising aspects of the article is that it indicates the end of printed television guides may soon be arriving due to digital TV programming guides. If I only had a dollar for the amount of times that this prediction has been made about print media; I’d be a very rich guy.

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digitalWatcher says:

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The on-screen info pages will only really be useful when they are in fact accurate! Eurosport, for example, is often showing different programs to the ones indicated in the on-screen info. The service needs to be much more dynamic – why doesn’t the info for MTV tell you the name of the track that is currently playing for instance?

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