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Sky news ireland, in DEMARK!

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  • Seamus
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    I have suddenly started getting Sky News Ireland on my screen in Denmark, with local Irish advertising. I really don’t want it. Does anyone know technically why this is happening??

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    I certainly have no objections to this. Always nice to keep up to date with what happens in Ireland now that I have British and Irish History at university, and Gr?inne isn’t exactly ugly either. I don’t see why they couldn’t get a regular Sky News feed on another channel at the same time, though.

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    Newshound_ie
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    My brother, who lives in Finland, has also reported that he now receives Sky News Ireland. Though, being Irish, this is quite good for him. His service is from Canal+.

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    Mine too. Outside of cable and buying an outright Sky Digitial subscription, which is rather expensive, I think Canal Digital is the only way of receiving Sky News in Denmark.

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