TV channel Quest, plus radio stations Capital and Heart are changing to another Freeview multiplexes. Viewers will need to retune or lose the channels shortly.
BBC confirms plans for HD switch, with an information campaign set to inform viewers on how the changes will affect them.
Freeview is undertaking its next round of changes on Wednesday 23rd November, when WBD’s lifestyle channel Quest Red will lose its timeshift.
The BBC plans to activate a feature that will move BBC One HD and BBC Two HD to the top of the Freeview channel list on compatible Freeview Play devices.
It’s twenty years since the launch of Freeview in the UK. Despite its limited capacity, the platform has seen a whole array of channels launch in a blaze of publicity …only to fail miserably.
A legacy from the now defunct Channel M local service for Manchester has ended this week, with the removal of three music channels from Freeview.
Lifestyle and social channel Together is once again available on Freeview through the day without an internet connection. Meanwhile, a new streaming channel joins the platform.
Some of the BBC’s HD channels on Freeview Play have moved to new channel numbers, if you have a TV or set-top-box that supports a recently introduced new function.
Freeview viewers can now access to over a hundred extra TV and radio services from around the world thanks to the expansion of streaming channels on the Freeview TV guide.
Sir Peter Bazalgette says the digital terrestrial television service should be kept for the foreseeable future, given dangers to infrastructure.