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星期三, 六月 14, 2006

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WORLD Cup fans trying to catch the latest updates on Malaysian channel RTM 1 via their StarHub cable networks may have been frustrated for the past few days.

Radio Television Malaysia (RTM) has been encrypting its satellite signal since June 7 to restrict access to World Cup programmes shown on RTM 1 to viewers in Malaysia, StarHub said yesterday.

'Therefore StarHub had to revert to an antenna signal, which is the next best signal feed available to us. Although we have been carrying the channel free of charge via our cable network to households in Singapore, we do not control the quality of the RTM 1 signals received,' it said.
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RTM received instructions from Infront Sports & Media, the sports and media rights distributor for the World Cup, to scramble its signal. An RTM statement said the company's obligation for the World Cup is to contain the broadcast within its territory and promised: 'The signal will be back to normal once the World Cup finishes.'

Singapore fans depend on StarHub cable subscription to watch the 2006 World Cup.

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