Seems they did pay to nominate themselves as did all entrants. Only 3 or more are shortlisted.
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Been out for the month but bought back in today (one showed as a sell though) About to press the button at 16,5 and it shot up and had to pay between 17.4 and 18 for each of three lots. I presume its the award shortlist which caused it to spike. Only left it until this afternoon as their was no telephone or broadband in the office today. Looks like we can be sure that the freeview is going to pass it as we wouldn't get shortlisted for something that could fail a last minute test. I presume its the same product?
It is MTV, but unfortunately you'll have to sift through loads of carp and responses (including mine) to that carp... but there is definitely good posts in amongst todays. Things a lot more upbeat since last week !
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