Hello! Shepherd data incorrect?

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scharnke
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Hello! Shepherd data incorrect?

Post by scharnke » Sat Feb 08, 2014 8:53 pm

Hello ... let us get things rolling for Australian users ...

I have had fairly good EIT data, but finally made the move to shepherd last November. The data has been generally very good, but recently I have had two instances of SBS2 Guide data saying "Mythbusters" - which I have a record all rule for - but the content of the recording is soccer, presumably Australian A-league. :o

Thoughts?
Martin Scharnke
Brisbane, Australia
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Re: Hello! Shepherd data incorrect?

Post by Seven » Sat Feb 08, 2014 9:54 pm

Stange, I haven't had any incidents of this, which region are you in?

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Re: Hello! Shepherd data incorrect?

Post by scharnke » Sat Feb 08, 2014 10:35 pm

Seven wrote:which region are you in?
Greater Brisbane
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Re: Hello! Shepherd data incorrect?

Post by Mattt » Sun Feb 09, 2014 12:52 am

It may well not be very helpful to you, but...

I see this kinda regularly, and it's almost always with sports of some kind. Often, it's because some match broadcast has run hugely over time. I guess the practical upshot is that sport broadcasts are seen as more important to the stations than regular scheduling is, so they have no probem clobbering advertised broadcasts with them.

Having said that, I also occasionally see it with non-sport broadcasts as well - I guess nothing's infallible.

On the whole, though, Shepherd seems to be accurate well over 99% of the time (for us, at least) :-)

Cheers,
Mattt.

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Re: Hello! Shepherd data incorrect?

Post by scharnke » Tue Feb 11, 2014 1:08 pm

Thanks, Matt :-)
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