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If you think multi-channel television isn't for you, try the Community Channel. Despite its worthy title, the channel shows some good programmes, and deserves wider recognition

Are you the sort of person who thinks that there is too much television, that more channels means less quality, and that listening to radio is generally preferable? Do you spend your time reading, pursuing a hobby or ferrying children around and regard watching television as a last resort? If any of this rings a bell, you may be a “digital rejector,” someone who can’t see the point of multi-channel television and chooses only to watch the main terrestrial channels, if at all. You’re quite an interesting section of the television-viewing public, because, like it or not, you are going…

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