@TinTinOut2 , Can you please explain in detail how it was before, how it is now and what is wrong in your eyes? Unfortunately I never see the channel and therefore I can't understand your request.
@Daniele_UPC No problem, I will try my best to explain.
The channel has regionional variations for programs in the UK. Basically, north, south, east, west and central. etc. Each program is specific to that region. The news channels, for example, adn im sure some other daytime TV too.
The channel guide displays the region as London (as per my pictrure) thus, you would expect to get the regional programming for London.
However, over the last weeks the programming has switched to the central region, yet the guide still displays it as being London.
If it were FreeSat/Freeview, you would get the programming based on the postcode you set in the reciever as part of the setup process. So London Postcode would get London programming etc.
Maybe this is also the same for some Swiss channels?
I'm probably the only person who has noticed this, or is bothered enough to question it, but It's super annoying (for me at least...)
Thanks for replying!
edited on 22-10-2020 20:21
I just went to replay "ITV News London" (19:00) and it played "ITV News Calendar" which is some northern thing. I'm a Londoner (as my id no doubt gave away) and want London news.
It used to work properly; I don't know when it changed.
@TinTinOut2 , Thanks for your detailed description of the error. We have opened a ticket with our EPG supplier for the correction of the incorrect information in the EPG.
The fix will probably take a few days.
You say it can't be changed, but it was. Until relatively recently it was ITV London. Someone decided to switch it, so just find out who it was and tell them to switch it back :-)
But yeah, second best is having the EPG match.
While I'm moaning about the EPG, we have a BBC programmed called "Have I Got News For You" shown Friday evenings. Monday night (00:40 Tuesday morning CET) a different version is shown called "Have I Got A Bit More News For You". Your EPG uses the wrong title. Not a big issue, but confused me as I used the search to try and find it, and it failed.