BBC Four and BBC Scotland will be moving to new channel numbers on the free-to-air satellite TV service when BBC Three joins the platform ahead of its launch.
For the first time ever, all big four public broadcasters are involved in managing and developing both Freeview and Freesat.
Configuration changes paving the way for BBC Three’s standard definition service on Sky and Freesat have commenced.
After nearly two months, issues affecting the availability of subtitles on Freesat are resolved. Meanwhile, Audio Description is also back across platforms.
Freesat, the UK’s biggest subscription-free satellite TV platform, has launched its latest ad campaign. ‘Live Life Free’ showcases the exciting world of free entertainment it has to offer its customers with over 170 channels and On-Demand services.
Hopes for rapid restoration of subtitles across Channel 4’s other services after progress over the weekend, exactly one month on from a major incident that knocked out Channel 4.
Local TV operator’s national channel featuring music and entertainment from the 70s and 80s joins the Freesat channel line up this week.
CNN dropped its carriage agreement with Freesat at the beginning of the month. But there up to two workarounds to allow viewers to keep watching the US news channel.
CNN International is pushing viewers toward its subscription live streaming service. It means the channel will disappear from some households on 1st September 2021.
GB News has confirmed it has been allocated a Freesat channel number, as preparations are underway to launch the service in HD on cable and satellite.