PC Advisor poll - Definition

  Jester2K II 18:34 02 Dec 2003

Can someone explain what qualifies as "top quality broadband entertainment"??

Hopefully not the usual "You've Been Framed" out-takes (monkey scratching bum, monkey having a wee, monkey throwing poo etc etc etc...) that seem to amuse my step son...

We keep being promised it - so what does it ACTUALLY consist of??

  Pesala 21:25 02 Dec 2003

click here

It brought a smile to my face, anyway.

  Pesala 21:29 02 Dec 2003

There are so many TV channels, can BB ever hope to compete in terms of quality and value for money? I only ever watch the News, Newsnight, or Question Time anyway.

  sdf 21:40 02 Dec 2003

I like the horses! so much better then a GREAT deal of the stuff that is attepted to be passed off as TV entertainment

  Raywood 21:45 02 Dec 2003

I think Broadband would have the edge for me. I would only have to pay for what I want and not £116 to the BBC to broadcast bilge 23 hours a day.

  DieSse 22:42 02 Dec 2003

You're quite right IMHO.

The choice that's missing from the questions is -

I prefer my entertainment via TV

Which I suspect would be the choice of many.

  Jester2K II 23:03 02 Dec 2003

So - nothing so far...

  DieSse 23:32 02 Dec 2003

"top quality broadband entertainment"??

PCAdvisor posts

Well some of them anyway ;-))

  Muzziad 10:31 03 Dec 2003

I think you'd still have to pay the licence fee (if that was what you meant by paying the BBC £116) even if you only watch TV on your computer.

I agree with you about the bilge.

  obbit 11:52 03 Dec 2003

click here

this is from ntl. if thats the content they are talking of then no thanks, not interested.

  keenan 12:10 03 Dec 2003

Thats a good start..kids love it & definitely
"top quality broadband entertainment" :)

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