New digital platform - ForestTV!

Red bandit

Viv Anderson
OK thanks. Had someone in the fb group asking. Can't even see an audio subscription on OS

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I renewed my subscription a couple of months ago so I’m expecting to hear Radio Nottingham tomorrow.

If that doesn’t happen I will feel well and truly shafted.
 

Red bandit

Viv Anderson
I renewed my subscription a couple of months ago so I’m expecting to hear Radio Nottingham tomorrow.

If that doesn’t happen I will feel well and truly shafted.

I’ve just checked and I see there is an option to “Listen live” on the Official site.
I hope this is correct.
 

incident

Youth Team
That's not the best way of presenting it. Rather than a calendar, it'd be better to just lay out the allocation criteria.

Like this, as a summary -

Forest get 103.8, 95.1, DAB, Freeview for all games, and 95.5 when Mansfield aren't playing.
Mansfield get 95.5, but are only on the other frequencies if nobody else in playing.
Notts get Online and whatever broadcast frequencies are left after all that.

Sounds like a big improvement to me. Notts fans will claim they've been shafted of course, because they always do regardless, but even for them there's still a huge commitment for what is ultimately a club now established in the fifth tier. Especially with most of our games likely to be moved to alternate days for TV.
 

forestzoe

Jack Burkitt
Interesting.

It hasn’t been publicised - at all - as yet.

But then, this is Forest.
This is why I came on to ask, as I was asked yesterday and would've thought that subscriber's would've at least had an email for the upcoming season. When I went looking on the OS, only the Berlin game was showing.

Hopefully monthly subscription will.roll over for audio but it's far from clear.

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TommyT

Jack Armstrong
It’s be so easy for the OS to be less cryptic, after all listening or watching the match is the main reason we’re here if not at the game itself!


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Gyros Peter

First Team Squad
Sorry to be old school, but is the DAB available anywhere? Previously when matches were broadcast live over 'normal' radio, outside of the local area they weren't, so you could only listen through the paid service. The above makes it sound like that is no longer the case?
 

TommyT

Jack Armstrong
Sorry to be old school, but is the DAB available anywhere? Previously when matches were broadcast live over 'normal' radio, outside of the local area they weren't, so you could only listen through the paid service. The above makes it sound like that is no longer the case?

We’re presuming the BBC match day content will be available via subscription via the OS


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Rich

Rice IV
Sorry to be old school, but is the DAB available anywhere? Previously when matches were broadcast live over 'normal' radio, outside of the local area they weren't, so you could only listen through the paid service. The above makes it sound like that is no longer the case?

That’s how I took the announcement - that DAB would be available to all.


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Rich

Rice IV
That’s how I took the announcement - that DAB would be available to all.


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Further on this - my mrs works at radio nottingham and has forwarded an email from Colin Fray confirming this


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FBS

Stuart Pearce
So if I buy a DAB radio then I am able to pick up BBC Nottingham even though I'm in Essex?

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Morpeth_Edgar

A none cap wonder
So if I buy a DAB radio then I am able to pick up BBC Nottingham even though I'm in Essex?

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No. The digital bit of DAB is a little misleading. It nothing like a stream, it’s just that the radio signal is sent digitally rather that as a wave so you still need to be local to pick up the physical signal.
 

FBS

Stuart Pearce
No. The digital bit of DAB is a little misleading. It nothing like a stream, it’s just that the radio signal is sent digitally rather that as a wave so you still need to be local to pick up the physical signal.
Thanks. That's bloody frustrating.

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Rich

Rice IV
No. The digital bit of DAB is a little misleading. It nothing like a stream, it’s just that the radio signal is sent digitally rather that as a wave so you still need to be local to pick up the physical signal.

Is that right? That’s not what is suggested by Colin Fray.

It’s quite unclear, though.


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