Comments for http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/02/pressred.shtml http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/02/pressred.shtml en-gb 30 Tue 16 Sep 2014 05:14:43 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/02/pressred.shtml eugene http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/02/pressred.shtml?page=80#comment4 I was watching a sporting event on the BBC, using sky TV. The red button came up with a choose audio option in front of the game clock. I looked up your advice to remove it (press BACK UP). It did not work. I tried pressing the red button choosing the option in the hope of getting to a screen where I would be able to see the game clock. I follewed the options and the blue button appeared with menu option blocking the game clock. The red button should be placed appropriately on the screen why do we need the options because the presenter keeps reminder us to press the red button for audio options. Mon 08 Feb 2010 01:00:37 GMT+1 Ross http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/02/pressred.shtml?page=60#comment3 The red button staying on the top of the TV all the time is a pain. Having a 10 second timeout would be great and be the best of both worlds, i really like the interactive features, but i don't need to be told about them all the time.There is now a facebook group about it Called:I hate the BBC iplayer red button on my TV too!!Ross Thu 28 Jan 2010 17:27:38 GMT+1 paralucent http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/02/pressred.shtml?page=40#comment2 Why can't we go back to the old system in which the PRESS RED option timed out automatically after 30 seconds?I can't comment on Sky or Virgin Media boxes, but this is what used to happen on Freeview. Now it stays on all the time when there is something on interactive. I can't understand why the BBC thinks anyone would want this icon to be permanently on screen when there is no need. Why should we have to press a green button every time we tune in to a digital BBC channel? Mon 13 Apr 2009 11:56:42 GMT+1 Sue_Aitch http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/02/pressred.shtml?page=20#comment1 @james_parkin Missing from Red Button contact us - and also in some cases from Ceefax- are Postal Addresses and Telephone and Textphone and Fax numbers: email addresses only work if you have access to the net ...Would like to see details on Red Button forTickets for BBC Shows and Events including BBC Proms and BBC Concert Orcestra and BBC Symphony Orchestra and Singers Events, Tours of BBC Buildings, Doctor Who Exhibition; BBC Shop; BBC Archive for TV and Radio; Viewing material at bfi and bfi Southbank in London, National Media Museum in Bradford; listening at National Sound Archive in British Library; Contacting BBC News’ NewsWatch; Contacting BBC One’s Points of View; Contact TV Licensing; Contact BBC Information, Contact BBC Complaints; Contact Ofcom,Contact BBC HR Direct re Jobs, Training and Work Experience Contact Digital Platforms, Contact BBC Reception AdviceAnd on Freeview 700-709 Contact This Radio Station. Thu 02 Apr 2009 09:30:37 GMT+1 davejay99 http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/02/pressred.shtml?page=0#comment0 I, too am increasingly annoyed to find many BBC programmes that I record [on Sony HDD Recorder] have the RED trigger constantly recorded on the whole program, especially the new Formula 1 coverage.Surely the 30 second time-out is the best way forward, perhaps even ask viewers to vote on it on local news programmes or 'The One Show'!This would mean that recordings would only have the annoying factor onsreen for half a minuteWould also like to see the same time-out on IPlayer icon on Virgin Media [and any others that use it] employed too. Wed 01 Apr 2009 19:26:32 GMT+1