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Tellytrack – Late Again?

Is there cause for alarm...?

Did Tellytrack oversleep again today?

The Sporting Post has been advised by punters and viewers that the channel only started broadcasting live racing two hours late.

Less than a fortnight ago, Tellytrack issued an apology for their failure to air the first half of the Hong Kong live racing and the Australian racing on Saturday 26 June.

The notice said that they confirm ‘that the problem was identified, and the appropriate corrective action taken’.

We wonder if there is cause for alarm? A clock would be a start.

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2 comments on “Tellytrack – Late Again?

  1. Dean Demont says:

    Since Dominic Zaki left Tellytrack, it’s gone to the dogs. They show unnecessary crap when it’s time for a race to run. Then the choice of music inbetween races is shocking. Also sometimes they will run a race overseas on a split screen, there will be roughly 600m or less to go of that particular overseas race, and then they switch it completely off to show them loading a local race, which inevitably takes 2 to 3 minutes to complete.. Shocking service by amateurs

  2. Selwyn Elk says:

    Well said Dean, you have summed it up to a tee, their saviour is that they have no opposition, “ you have to take it or leave it”, to listen to the garbage they spew out day in and day out!! A bigger bunch of clowns you will battle to find, it is time for MOD to step in and clear out the dead wood, the ideal person to take control is Dominic Zaki, only they know why Dominic is not in the drivers seat. The many complaints keep falling on deaf ears but surely it it time to start putting the punters first?

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