Homebase TV New Frequency

HBTV (Homebase TV) Live Channel ON Other Satellite List Good Working Feed Kode New TP Frequency Transponder Here 2018
Homebase is a British home improvement retailer and garden centre, with stores across the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. Founded by Sainsbury's and GB-Inno-BM in 1979, the company was owned by Home Retail Group from October 2006 until it was sold to Wesfarmers in February 2016.

Wesfarmers have undertaken a programme to rebrand the business under its existing Bunnings Warehouse operation, beginning with the first store in February 2017. It intends to complete the process within five years of the acquisition. Homebase recorded sales figures of £1.49 billion for the financial year of 2013 to 2014. Homebase made an operating profit of £18.9 million for the year 2013 to 2014.


HBTV New Frequency 2018

HBTV (Homebase TV) Live Channel ON Astra 4A & SES 5 at 4.9°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :HBTV (Homebase TV)
Satellite :Astra 4A & SES 5 at 4.9°East
Frequency :12671
Polarization :V
Symbol Rate:2960
Fec:3/4
3333 3/4
V.PID:
A.PID:English
SID Code:
Quality:DVB-S/MPEG-2
Update :: April 08-04-2018

Homebase TV Live Channel ON Intelsat 20 at 68.5°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Homebase TV
Satellite :Intelsat 20 at 68.5°East
Frequency :12562
Polarization :H
Symbol Rate:27500
Fec:3/4
V.PID:259
A.PID:515 English
SID Code:3
Quality:DVB-S/MPEG-2
DVB-S/MPEG-4
Update :: April 08-04-2018

Homebase TV Live Channel ON Eutelsat 7A/7B at 7.0°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Homebase TV
Satellite :Eutelsat 7A/7B at 7.0°East
Frequency :12604
Polarization :H
Symbol Rate:30000
Fec:2/3
V.PID:1561
A.PID:1562 English
SID Code:156
Quality:DVB-S2/8PSK
MPEG-4
Update :: April 08-04-2018

HBTV (Homebase TV) Live Channel ON Eutelsat 16A at 16.0°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :HBTV (Homebase TV)
Satellite :Eutelsat 16A at 16.0°East
Frequency :12521
Polarization :H
Symbol Rate:30000
Fec:2/3
V.PID:280
A.PID:536 English
SID Code:18
Quality:DVB-S2/8PSK
MPEG-4
Update :: April 08-04-2018


History

In April 2013, Homebase faced criticism following outrage, after a poster from a store in London was released. The poster appeared to highlight the benefits of free labour through work experience, called Workfare. The offending poster depicts a number of volunteer staff at the Haringey branch and is captioned: “How the work experience programme can benefit your store. Would 750 hours with no payroll costs help YOUR store?”"

Homebase released contradictory statements, the first stating 'The company is not signed up to the Workfare Programme' and the second that 'we have decided to make no further commitment to the Job Centre work experience programme'.

Neither statement appears to have deterred groups organising protests, with organisers calling Homebase’s scheme a "profit driven attack" on workers and benefit claimants. Before adding "We hope Homebase will soon join, Wilko, Superdrug and more than twenty other companies who have ended their involvement with workfare. However we are prepared for further protests in the weeks and months ahead should they fail to do so."
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