72 hours after a major incident, Channel 4 is still struggling to maintain normal service as millions of viewers tune in to The Great British Bake-Off.
Channel 4’s music channel operation remains crippled after nearly 48 hours. As part of its disaster management, multiple channels are simulcasting The Box.
On Saturday evening, S4C’s Freeview viewers suddenly lost access to the channel in a fault that lasted nearly 15 hours.…
A number of the UK’s biggest TV channels suddenly crashed off air on Saturday night after a playout centre was evacuated.
Arqiva to host virtual meeting with local MPs following criticism of its handling of the incident, which has left some households without Freeview TV for over a month.
Streaming service upgrades systems allowing more TVs to access its range of free ad-supported channels.
Transmitter company Arqiva has added an emergency transmitter at Sutton Bank, restoring TV services to another 100,000 homes.
Film and music channels are preparing for their seasonal switch. Classic movie channel GREAT! Movies Classic will become the first…
Transmitter company Arqiva unable to proceed with the construction of an 80 metre temporary mast due to landowner access issues. A legal process is taking place.
A summer of 1970s music comes to an end for most Freeview viewers, with a music channel swap over taking place on Wednesday 25th August.