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Sony Crime Channel        

Regional content: National channel with no regional content or variations.

media.info: For full details of broadcaster contacts, see the media.info link icon media.info Sony Crime Channel page.

Official site: See the www.truemovies.tv link icon Sony Crime Channel website.

From Wikipedia: It the changed again to True Entertainment on 10 June 2009. Its logo is the same as the True Movies 1 and True Movies 2. - en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org link icon read more about Sony Crime Channel on wikipedia (summary by Clipped).

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Tuesday, 18 October 2016
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StevensOnln1
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6:37 PM

ea ryan: If you are referring to adverts shown on True Entertainment (or any other TV channel) they are nothing to do with this website, which is independent of any broadcasters as is primarily here to help people suffering reception problems with TV or radio services. Suggest you try asking your question to the broadcaster via contact detail on their website (link at the top of this page).

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Monday, 31 October 2016
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Darran
4:48 PM

Hi my elderly neighbor used to enjoy this channel (61 True Entertainment) but can no longer receive it.
We live in Wales, just west of Cardiff, has the channel moved to another number or are there plans to transmit it again (in Wales).

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Darran's 1 post GB
Sunday, 13 November 2016
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David
3:33 PM

We used to enjoy watching True Entertainment on channel 61 and then we were told to retune to continue to view it,which we did.now we can't get it.It is so annoying when it shows it still on 61 in the TV mag.but it does not show the programme listed.

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StevensOnln1
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5:58 PM

David: There have been no recent changes to True Entertainment that would require a retune. Please provide a postcode so we can see which transmitter you're using and offer further advice.

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jb38
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6:59 PM

David: True Entertainment is still on 61, the programme broadcast by the same Mux transmitter as used by ITV3 (10) / QVC (16) /ITVBe (26) etc, should you be able to receive these programmes? but not True Entertainment, then your EPG listings requires updating, achieved by carrying out a retune *after* having first removed the aerial connector, this action blanking out everything stored in the tuner, reconnecting the aerial on completion of followed by a final retune.

If by any chance this still fails to resolve the problem carry out a reset on the TV, also known as "first time installation" - "default setting" etc.

By the way, these programmes are not receivable in Freeview light reception areas.


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Lisatm1970
10:45 PM

Tuned in to watch poldark the film last night and it was replaced with a Xmas film could you let me know if and when the poldark film will be on please

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Monday, 14 November 2016
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StevensOnln1
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10:32 AM

Lisatm1970: Try asking the broadcaster. This website is independent of any broadcaster and does not have access to any future TV schedules for any channels.

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StevensOnln1's 3,283 posts GB
Tuesday, 15 November 2016
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Terry Hall
5:19 PM

jb38: Thank you for your response and advice. I have now tried an attenuator, turning it down until even non HD channels drop out, but no success with HD. I have also used a separate 5mtr HDMI cable, well away from the aerial cable, but this has not improved signal strength on CH50. The signal strength on the other five transponders are between 80% & 100%. The CH50 signal strength as measured on the PVR, constantly varies between 60% & zero. It just rapidly fluctuates. The received signal, measured at the aerial is 76db.

Kind regards

Terry

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Terry Hall's 7 posts GB
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
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jb38
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9:39 PM

Terry Hall : Sorry for slight delay in replying, unavoidable pressures of work!. Anyway, now that you have effectively eliminated the two most commonly experienced reasons for HD reception problems, the fact of this action not having made any difference raises the question of the reason why you installed the new aerial? Insomuch, was it because you were having trouble with C50 on your previously installed aerial, or has the problem only shown up since the new one was installed?
If it has, then that is inclined to suggest that you might be located in an area that's not line-of-sight with the transmitter, high gain aerials not being the best choice for such areas due to their narrow signal acceptance angle, as although all eight (+ local) transmitters obviously all radiate from the same mast, it's not exactly uncommon for "slight" variations to occur in the angle they are received at due to factors relating to the terrain.

Should the aforementioned apply, (or even if it doesn't!) problems of this sort can usually be resolved by turning the aerial a few degrees to the left or right whilst monitoring the strength / quality of the channel in question, balancing it out with the indications from the other muxes.

However, it would though be of assistance as far as signal assessment purposes is concerned if your location was known, this preferably in the form of a post code or one from somewhere nearby, e.g: a shop inc post office, as this info enables access to the terrain indicator etc.

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Tuesday, 22 November 2016
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Bob whitehouse
7:50 PM

I sent an email to you a few weeks ago. My question was, why don't you do subtitles on your true entertainment channel. I have poor hearing and need subtitles in order to follow the programmes. Can't you please tell me why you don't please

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