The fire last August knocked out TV, radio and other communications services in North Yorkshire, Teesside and parts of County Durham.
Plans for a new mast that will restore TV coverage in North Yorkshire, County Durham and Teesside to how it was before August 2021 have been given the green light.
Transmitter company Arqiva is preparing to switch on a new temporary replacement Freeview tower on Bilsdale West Moor.
Residents in areas affected by major Freeview reception problems following a transmitter fire last August have been told to be aware of fake TV engineers.
The transmitter company responsible for restoring television services in North Yorkshire and Teesside restored TV signal in Helmsley just in time for the festive season.
Areas affected by the TV and radio blackout from Bilsdale where reception has been restored:
Two new relay transmitters will restore Freeview reception to viewers on edge of the Yorkshire Dales, after months of poor signals following the Bilsdale mast fire.
Storm Barra is causing disruption to TV and radio services in the UK and Ireland, as storm force winds cut power supplies and affect transmitter structures.
Transmitter company Arqiva has turned on two further relay sites, restoring TV signals to additional households affected by last summer’s transmitter fire at Bilsdale.
Two new relay transmitters have gone live over the weekend to serve viewers still unable to receive a signal after a major transmitter fire in August.