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From Wikipedia: Later in the year The Big Deal reduced its timeslot from 2200-0500 to 0030-0500. On 6 November 2009, The Big Deal ceased broadcasting its own content. From 7 July 2011, The Big Deal had changed back to its old slot of 0500-0600. - en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org link icon read more about Movie Mix on wikipedia (summary by Clipped).

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c coleman
Wednesday 2 July 2014 12:34AM

Sorry, predictive texting ... stop this problem !!

Briantist
Wednesday 2 July 2014 8:55AM

Popeye: I did a search and it seems that your view is not correct.

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"United Kingdom

Total of people of all ages in the UK with deafness ranging from mild to profound : 9 million (1 in 7 of the population)

Hard of Hearing Mild to Severe Deafness

8.3 million (of which 6.5 million are over 60 years of age)

Deafened:: those who became profoundly deaf suddenly or progressively

123,000 (approximately 11,000 are under 60 years of age)

Deaf BSL Users 50,000

Deafblind 24,000

Deaf Children (0-15 years) 23,000 "

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UK All hearing loss: 3,721,000 Working age + 6,390,500 Retirement age = 10,111,500 Total
UK Severe/ profound: 135,500 Working age + 685,000 Retirement age = 820,500 Total

"Surely the object of televising any channel is to obtain the highest viewing figures as possible, which I would consider would be greatly boosted by the addition of them. "

No, as I said, the object of a commercial (ad funded) broadcaster is to make a profit. If it COSTS more to provide for extra services for a small group of viewers than they can GAIN from advertising to them, they have not reason to do it.

"Any company with any sense could see by the number of requests for subtitles on your pages that they would benefit by them greatly"

If that were the case then there would be no need for Ofcom to use the law to force broadcasters to provide subtitles after they have reached a qualifying level...

Briantist
Wednesday 2 July 2014 9:03AM

c coleman: You made two points.

Firstly, Ofcom (and the law) requires some MAJOR broadcasters to provide subtitles. <img src="data:image/png;base64,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" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt="stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk link icon" link iconOfcom | Guidelines on the provision of television access services has full details.

The 2014 list of channels that are REQUIRED to provide subtitles is listed here

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As for using the subtitles provided with DVDs, the broadcaster will claim, I am sure that they have to edit the movies for daytime broadcast and therefore the subtitles provided for other formats or outlets are unsuitable.

Briantist
Wednesday 2 July 2014 9:12AM

Just for clarity: I am sympathetic to the idea of subtitles being provided for every programme on every channel.

However, the law doesn't ask for this.

Dave Lindsay
Wednesday 2 July 2014 4:52PM

tony: If you're using a communal aerial system then it may require adjustment for the new channel. Try a manual scan of UHF channel 56, if your TV offers manual tuning.

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tony
Wednesday 2 July 2014 5:30PM

Dave Lindsay: thanks ill try it.

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Nicky
Sunday 3 August 2014 11:37PM

We are TRYING to watch a movie on your channel. The quality is disastrous and the lack of subtitles means we do not understand a iota.
We'll make sure we do not choose you over other channels unles you improve. You can take note or not, but I can see we are not the only ones disappointed here.

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MikeB
Monday 4 August 2014 7:50PM

Nicky: You might be disappointed, but your also wasting your time - this website has nothing to do with Movie Mix - you could try emailing them instead. They are under no obligation to use subtitles, and therefore dont bother.

Personally, Movie Mix's broadcast quality is generally no worse then any other channel, so it might be worth looking at the signal strength on that channel, you might have a problem with your aerial.

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