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Football fanatics who have forked out thousands on new high-definition television (HDTV) sets will have to settle for match broadcasts that are little different from those on a 14-inch portable television, it has emerged.

27th May, 2006

Football fanatics who have forked out thousands on new high-definition television (HDTV) sets will have to settle for match broadcasts that are little different from those on a 14-inch portable television, it has emerged.

Despite tens of thousands of new expensive HDTV sets being sold all over the country, installations of Sky’s new HDTV service - which is necessary to see the World Cup in high-definition detail - will likely be limited to 2,000 within...

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