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Digital terrestrial TV (DTT) has suffered from a combination of poor marketing, halfhearted government support, and poor targeting of services, according to a new Yankee Group Report, "ITV Update, Part 1: DTT Down, But Is It Out?
There is just a feeling that we are half-hearted about being British, we are half-hearted about the Monarchy, we are halfhearted about the way we see our country in the world" - Labour MP Kate Hoey.
A source at Evan's weekend bash at Guys and Dolls in LA said: "The entire crowd sang Happy Birthday to Michael first, before singing a halfhearted one for Evan.
But Labour by-election spokesman John Park said: "Peter Grant looks halfhearted and not interested in the job.
THE Metropolitan Transportation Authority's plan to slash funding for local service sector governance councils offers yet more evidence that the halfhearted movement toward community empowerment in Los Angeles is coming to an end.
The only proper rule is never to fight at all if you can honorably avoid it, but never under any circumstances to fight in a halfhearted way.
Azinger made halfhearted attempts to cover his tracks but his remarks were spot-on.
may or may not prove to be the death knell of a bloated and undiscriminating market, as some have already hailed it, but either way, its combination of the halfhearted and the overblown made for a profoundly disheartening viewing experience.