Three weeks after ending live broadcasts in standard definition (SD), the BBC channels are now delisted from Sky HD/Q satellite receivers.
Nordic broadcaster Viaplay is consolidating its channel offer ahead of the completion of the sale of its UK assets to Premier Sports.
Viewers in the Tayside area of Scotland can no longer receive their local STV service on Freesat, as SD services close without HD replacement.
The BBC has now terminated broadcasts of its channels in standard definition on satellite and is currently migrating its radio stations across to new capacity.
Warner Bros Discovery confirms highlights of the tennis finals will be broadcast on Freeview, while Eurosport and Discovery+ prepare to deliver wall-to-wall live coverage from 14th January 2024.
STV joins a growing number of broadcasters to start turning off its standard definition (SD) channels on satellite, but before its HD service becomes universally available free-to-air.
Sky will undertake the first tidy-up of its channel list of the year on Wednesday, when old services are removed and new services arrive.
A Spanish TV platform operator has angered many of its subscribers after it closed down numerous HD channels, leaving viewers with just standard definition services.
BBC tells viewers not to wait until channels are closed in the new year to upgrade to HD-capable satellite receiver.
NBCUniversal is closing its E! channel in the UK and Ireland over the holidays, meaning one fewer channel on Sky and Virgin Media in 2024.