Do you need a TV guide in The Echo?

IN the past few weeks we have had to make cuts to the number of pages in the hard copy of The Echo.

This has meant many of our regular contributors such as Mungo MacCallum, Helen Hope's astrology guide, the crossword, Modern Man & Modern Woman, gardening, Psychologically Speaking etc. have had to be cut.

So we thought we'd conduct a poll to see if the weekly TV guide was still an essential service people appreciate from a weekly newspaper.

Given that everyone now has a digital set-top box or digital TV, most of which have in-built TV guides.

If our TV guide was to go, some others could find a way back in to the paper. So let us know...

Do we still need a weekly television guide in The Echo?

This poll ended on 09 April 2013.

Current Results





This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

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