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After 3 months of broadcasting, I cannot find daily programme listings for the Audi TV channel in the UK anywhere online. Either there is no demand on the tv listing sites, or they are not supplying these sites with the information. An ominous sign whichever theory you prefer. My friend who doesn't mind lining Murdoch's pockets told me that the programming is laughable, contrived and tends to repeat hourly. It seems you are right about budget issues. Doubtless brands will eventually begin to combine to fund channels better, even if they have to exchange 24/7 control of the feed to the viewers eyeballs for 1hr slices.



Audi now provides full programme listings on its website:

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