Paralympics 2012 available on three extra live streams

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Channel 4 have launched three extra video feeds for the Paralympic games.

C4 Paralympics Extra will give viewers up to three extra streams of action from the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

It is available on Sky, Freesat, VirginMedia, Freeview HD and via Channel4.com

If you have Sky, you can Press the Red button where you will be taken to a screen where you can choose between the three extra feeds.

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You will also find these three feeds directly on the Sky Guide (EPG) at channel numbers:

450, 451, & 452.

If you have Freesat, you can find three Channel 4 Paralympics Extra channels in the guide at: 150, 151 & 152.

If you have Freesat-HD, these channels will be in glorious High Definition at those numbers.

If you have VirginMedia-HD, you can find the Channel 4 Paralympic Extra channels in the guide at: 550, 551, & 552.

If you have VirginMedia, but not the HD version, they are at 553, 554, and 555.

If you have Freeview HD, Press Red while watching C4HD and a banner will pop-up that will allow you to switch between the extra video service and C4HD.

Channel 4 will broadcast close to 500 hours of live coverage during the twelve days of the London 2012 Paralympic Games, marking the most extensive Paralympic Games coverage ever broadcast in the UK.

Posted on Thursday 30 August 2012
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