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21st Oct '16 4:40:22 AM Adept
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Occasionally, as on ITV1 +1, the channel may go blank during a programme for which the immediate repeat rights are unavailable. +1 channels can also be slightly confusing when carrying "live" news or sports.

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Occasionally, as on ITV1 Creator/{{ITV}}1 +1, the channel may go blank during a programme for which the immediate repeat rights are unavailable. +1 channels can also be slightly confusing when carrying "live" news or sports.
24th Sep '16 1:59:54 PM nombretomado
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There are numerous examples on British satellite and cable TV, including +1 versions of terrestrial networks such as ChannelFour (though not, as yet, Creator/TheBBC). Sometimes called "catch up" channels because they give viewers a second chance to catch a program that might have clashed with something else they were watching. Or [[DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch as the Brits might say]], "more bloody repeats!"

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There are numerous examples on British satellite and cable TV, including +1 versions of terrestrial networks such as ChannelFour Creator/Channel4 (though not, as yet, Creator/TheBBC). Sometimes called "catch up" channels because they give viewers a second chance to catch a program that might have clashed with something else they were watching. Or [[DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch as the Brits might say]], "more bloody repeats!"
6th Sep '16 3:16:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* Pro TV Chișinău is the UsefulNotes/{{Moldova}} sister-channel of {{Romania}}n Pro TV. The timeshift is actually incidental and the result of poor timing of commercial times, but can act as this with a maximum difference of about 15 minutes. The irony goes further that there are obvious awkward attempts to put the shows in perfect sync, but it rarely works out.

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* Pro TV Chișinău is the UsefulNotes/{{Moldova}} sister-channel of {{Romania}}n UsefulNotes/{{Romania}}n Pro TV. The timeshift is actually incidental and the result of poor timing of commercial times, but can act as this with a maximum difference of about 15 minutes. The irony goes further that there are obvious awkward attempts to put the shows in perfect sync, but it rarely works out.
30th Aug '16 6:58:24 PM nombretomado
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* Most of the networks aimed at kids in the U.S (Creator/CartoonNetwork, Nickelodeon, DisneyChannel) have a East and West coast channel.

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* Most of the networks aimed at kids in the U.S (Creator/CartoonNetwork, Nickelodeon, DisneyChannel) Creator/DisneyChannel) have a East and West coast channel.
9th May '16 7:44:44 PM lizaphile
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* Chicago's WGN Noon News is rebroadcast at 1pm on their cable station CLTV.

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* Chicago's Some local stations, such as WGN Noon News is rebroadcast at 1pm on their in Chicago, WTVF in Nashville and WWL in New Orleans, run separate cable or digital over-the-air channels which are devoted to running the latest newscast on an automated loop to allow viewers to catch up. In fact, many station CLTV.websites often now use their 'live streaming' video channels to loop a newscast when they aren't live. In the past the only way to rewatch a newscast was often a late-night replay of the late news; this still occurs on some stations but has become more rare as time has gone on.
8th May '16 11:58:58 AM nombretomado
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* British station Dave calls its +1 channel [[IncrediblyLamePun "Dave Ja Vu"]]. Why a channel that shows almost nothing but whole series of ''TopGear'', ''HaveIGotNewsForYou'' and ''{{QI}}'' back-to-back, frequently showing the same episodes twice in the same 24-hour period thanks to BritishBrevity, feels the need for one of these is anyone's guess.

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* British station Dave calls its +1 channel [[IncrediblyLamePun "Dave Ja Vu"]]. Why a channel that shows almost nothing but whole series of ''TopGear'', ''HaveIGotNewsForYou'' ''Series/HaveIGotNewsForYou'' and ''{{QI}}'' ''Series/{{QI}}'' back-to-back, frequently showing the same episodes twice in the same 24-hour period thanks to BritishBrevity, feels the need for one of these is anyone's guess.
21st Jan '16 3:22:40 PM Morgenthaler
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* Pro TV Chișinău is the {{Moldova}} sister-channel of {{Romania}}n Pro TV. The timeshift is actually incidental and the result of poor timing of commercial times, but can act as this with a maximum difference of about 15 minutes. The irony goes further that there are obvious awkward attempts to put the shows in perfect sync, but it rarely works out.

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* Pro TV Chișinău is the {{Moldova}} UsefulNotes/{{Moldova}} sister-channel of {{Romania}}n Pro TV. The timeshift is actually incidental and the result of poor timing of commercial times, but can act as this with a maximum difference of about 15 minutes. The irony goes further that there are obvious awkward attempts to put the shows in perfect sync, but it rarely works out.
13th Nov '15 1:41:43 AM bwburke94
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Related is cable networks in the United States that make both their East Coast and West Coast feeds available to everyone, or more rarely, re-air a truncated network block of what the network figures are the most watched and anticipated shows, sometimes and even more rarely out of order, usually after the West Coast feed or late night (thus sometimes giving ''three'' opportunities to view programming). On cable providers having a +3 or -3 feed has become less popular as they would rather carry more high definition programming than a feed featuring duplicative programming in the age of DVR's and on demand, which a second network feed would limit.

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Related is cable networks in the United States that make both their East Coast and West Coast feeds available to everyone, or more rarely, re-air a truncated network block of what the network figures are the most watched and anticipated shows, sometimes and even more rarely out of order, usually after the West Coast feed or late night (thus sometimes giving ''three'' opportunities to view programming). On cable providers having a +3 or -3 feed has become less popular as they would rather carry more high definition programming than a feed featuring duplicative duplicate programming in the age of DVR's and on demand, which a second network feed would limit.



* An example of the NetworkDecay variety: ''Nicktoons Network''. (Is this a specifically British example?)
** The Americans have Nick 2, with Nicktoons Network being a different channel.

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* An example of the NetworkDecay variety: ''Nicktoons Network''. (Is this a specifically British example?)
** The Americans have
Nick 2, with 2 in the United States, and Nicktoons Network being a different channel.in the UK.



* ''Creator/FoodNetwork'', ''SpikeTV'' and ''DiscoveryChannel'' will sometimes do the rare truncated version mentioned in the main article, depending on scheduling. For example, ''Food Network'' will re-air both of the day's episodes of ''Series/GoodEats'' late-night, but flip-flop the airing order.

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* ''Creator/FoodNetwork'', ''SpikeTV'' Creator/FoodNetwork, Creator/SpikeTV, and ''DiscoveryChannel'' Creator/DiscoveryChannel will sometimes do the rare truncated version mentioned in the main article, depending on scheduling. For example, ''Food Network'' Food Network will re-air both of the day's episodes of ''Series/GoodEats'' late-night, but flip-flop the airing order.
18th Aug '15 7:12:21 PM oknazevad
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* Starting originally as east/west coast feeds, but always featured as separate channels on Satellite and increasingly Cable Networks, premium movie channels like {{Creator/HBO}}, ShowTime, and Creator/{{Cinemax}} have several channels now with a repeat 3 hours later -W channel ([=HBOW, Show-West, etc=])

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* Starting originally as east/west coast feeds, but always featured as separate channels on Satellite and increasingly Cable Networks, premium movie channels like {{Creator/HBO}}, ShowTime, {{Creator/Showtime}}, and Creator/{{Cinemax}} have several channels now with a repeat 3 hours later -W channel ([=HBOW, Show-West, etc=])
26th Feb '15 6:05:37 PM Blatch
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** Creator/AdultSwim's second half is usually a repeat of its first half. Made a little muddy by the fact that Saturdays feature no repeat programming and the occasional nights of programming decided by contest winners, when it is left to said contest winner as to whether the block repeats or not (they usually opt to air additional programming instead). Made even muddier on Sundays in that ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' will, as best as I can describe it, have an "offset repeat."

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** Creator/AdultSwim's second half is usually a repeat of its first half. Made a little muddy by the fact that Saturdays feature no less repeat programming and the occasional nights of programming decided by contest winners, when it is left to said contest winner as to whether the block repeats or not (they usually opt to air additional programming instead). Made even muddier on Sundays in that ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill'' will, as best as I can describe it, have an "offset repeat."


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*** 4:00-4:30 AM is taken up by "DVR Theater", which caters to fans of recording and insomniacs with an original half-hour of programming that isn't repeated, usually consisting of reruns of the network's shows, parodic infomercials, WesternAnimation/OffTheAir, and even the occasional repeat of "''[=FishCenter=]''" from [as]' website.
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