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And please, now that the team has revised the service, may we have a new version of the lists at http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/pressred/2009/05/pagenumberlist.shtml and the Contact Us postal information updated on http://news.bbc.co.uk/newswatch/ukfs/hi/newsid_3990000/newsid_3995700/3995709.stm and reintroduced on Digital Text Help Page 9990 beofre the Darlington Postal Address and National Tele and Textphone details for BBC Audience Services?
Any news on relinking page numbers for the new or rejigged pages on BBC Red Button on Freeview: I am missing being able to direct-dial for the Read Hear service by pressing 1040.
I'm with Ben on Comment 5 about hoping continuing the Card within This is BBC Two preview loop on the four SD and on HD version would be an option.
I supppose the reason this is not possible is due to the way SD tuners process sound, though.
I trus the snacks and drinks at MediaCity UK in M50, Media Village in W12 and at Broadcasting House are all Fairtrade, Rory?
Please, is there news on when Community News and Read Hear will return to the Text Service?
I saw Eilidh Child win Silver.
I would like to echo the question posed in 11, Robin. I have a TVOnics DTR HV-250 which is connected and works well on BBC iPlayer TV programmes and the has the functionality for the original Connected Red Button Text 'skin.'
I rather like the four figure numbers: they have one fewer digit than the shortcodes for BBC News and BBC National and Local Radio Stations!
It appears content for the pages edited by CSV Action Network is miissing again this weekend, so please might that be restored soon? Many thanks.
I wonder how well page Question Time Red Button's Text service will be running today, 21 February.
As to sport, please see http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/15561348, Brekkie.
I do not share your misgivings about BBC Red Button: given DQF I think we are getting a great service. Try pressing Text when watching itv/utv/stv for the only other service on Freeview Lite!
The '0' button works on both the Fullscreen and Quarterscreen formats, though.
Thank you for doing so!
On Freeview, please would you now re-attach 1040 to Read Hear, 1050 to Community, attach 153 to Technology and 1675 to Isle of mand and Channel Islands and amend page 998 to give the changes that have alrady happened including that page 500 has been removed and page 660 Horse Racing has moved so as to be included as a menu choice under page 380 Other Sport?
All the best as the Red Button Text changes continue apace, including the re-enabling of the quarter-screen feature.
Looking at tweets from the past thirty hours or so from Adam Hills and Alex Brooker, there won't be jokes on The Last Leg on this, and quite right too.
I agree with your friend, Damon. Totally unexpected news.
Re 6. Three @BBCRedButton tweets yesterday say, "We are planning to re-enable the split-screen feature of Red Button digital text in the near future."
Possibly more will be on the next Whats On post from the Content Team.
The good news is that Community, Disability and Read Heat are all back: to find them, please look under the News Index (page 102 on DTT) and keep scrolling down to the last choice.
Please would you tag this post with Red button?
Please note that the direct contact details for the editors of the Read Hear and Community page are available from http://csv.org.uk/campaigns/csv-action-network/csv-bbc-ceefax
Roberto: please be patient: Read Hear might be back on Friday now that most of the other changes to the service mentioned on the Help Pages' last choice (page 998) have happened.
Ah, the changes mentioned on page 998 have taken effect.
Re my post here and on the previous Red Button post. Thank you so much for the announcement that 1040 and 1050 are being moved to the news index. This is very good news.
Thank you, Tess.
Please would it be possible to revise this post to include the Tag so it shows on http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/internet/tags/Red_Button?
And, please, would the Red Button Team please explain why the decision has been made to stop publishing Read Hear material provided for the service by CSV Action Network: would it not be possible for this material to be hosted on the Ouch! part of BBC Online and hence published on Red Button Text again?
I have the first version giving me iPlayer on my Freeview+ PVR, for which I am grateful.
There's no Read Hear service on Red Button now, so it's good to know the Ouch! Podcast is here!
I do hope the BBC reconsiders its position publishing the Lottery results on Red Button seeing as the Premium Bond winners' information is to be removed from the Text service.
Please is there any hope of a reprieve of the decision to close Red Button Text page 1040 - Read Hear, the platform for d/Deaf and hearing impaired people and the decision to close Red Button Text page 1050 - Community - covering the issues that matter to local communities, from updates on disability and charity news beyond the Lifeline Appeal to in-depth features and calls for volunteers? These are edited by CSV Action Network and are, after all, a great example of Public Service Broadcasting.
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