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WANTED – EXPERIENCED FREETOAIR/SAORVIEW SATELLITE INSTALLER TO WORK IN DUBLIN
We are looking for an experienced freelance Freetoair/Saorview Satellite installer to work alongside us in Dublin. The successful applicant must be fully trained and have their own van and gear (including ladders). For further information, please contact Alan Kelly on 086 8797953 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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RTE 2 is now broadcasting in HD. Watch all your favourite sports events in amazing HD quality with no monthly subscription! Speaking of, RTE has just announced over 130 hours of coverage for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. This will be spread across TV, Radio and Online platforms. The good news for TV viewers is that there will be 13 Key games shown from the World Cup on Saorview and the even better news is that it will be shown in High Definition on RTE2 HD.

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Saorview, Ireland's new free-to-air digital television service, has been launched today by Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte. 'Saorview will secure the future of Irish free-to-air television in the digital age' Minister Rabbitte said.

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Freetoair is a member of the Saorview approved Irish Satellite and Aerial Association (I.S.A.A.). The ISAA aim is to promote the proper Installation and maintenance of all equipment, for the reception of both Analogue and Digital TV transmissions. ISAA Members must have Public liability Insurance. Health and Safety training. Appropriate equipment for the job undertaken. Trained in the Installation of Satellite and or Terrestrial reception equipment. Have a registered Business or Company. Undergone a criminal record check.
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Freesat,the subscription-free satellite TV service, today welcomes the addition of NME TV and Bliss to its line-up of more than 170 TV, radio and interactive channels.