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Freesat and Five were delighted to announce that the channel would become available on the digital service towards the end of last year.
2009 - Edition 17 TM
Solutions Group has launched the latest edition of its trade product catalogue. At 236 pages, the 17th edition is valid for 2009 and is the Group’s largest catalogue yet. Over 1600 products are featured from the huge range offered by the Group’s various operating divisions.
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A massive choice of TV & Satellite products is once again complemented by a range of Multimedia products such as mounting brackets for flat-screen TV sets and HDMI cables.
offered by our customers, with aerial and satellite installers, for example, now fitting full home cinema and domestic security systems. It seemed a logical move to give our customers a one-stop-shop in the form of just one catalogue from which they can source all the products they need.”
Featured for the first time is a large selection of products from two of Solutions Group’s other trade distribution arms, with a range of professional sound, light and trussing products from Impact Products, as well as CCTV equipment from Security Solutions.
Every product is presented with a full colour image and technical text, and each can be easily located thanks to easy to use indices. Full contact details of the Group’s national network of branches are provided, along with maps and direction to all the trade counters.
Commenting on the new catalogue, Solutions Group Managing Director Grant Lester said “We are seeing more and more crossover of the services
The catalogue is out now and is available from Solutions Group’s branches nationwide, and copies can be requested by phone or e-mail.
The terrestrial channel had been notably absent from the service since Freesat’s launch in May 2008 due to “rights issues”. Having resolved the problems, the broadcaster launched its flagship service on the digital TV provider in the middle of November. Freesat MD Emma Scott described Five, which joined the Freesat EPG on channel 105, as a “fantastic addition” to the service. With Five having now been available for some weeks, at its launch on Freesat Charles Constable, Five’s director of strategy, said: “I am delighted that Five will be available to Freesat viewers. Our launch will support three of Five’s objectives: to be universally available throughout the UK, to let viewers watch our programmes on the platform of their choice, and to enable as many people as possible to watch Five free of charge.” Launch dates for Five’s digital channels Five USA and Fiver have yet to be confirmed.
Published on Feb 18, 2009
Published on Feb 18, 2009
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