Nearly two years of Freeview TV reception disruption is almost over for viewers in North Yorkshire, Teesside and parts of County Durham.
More organisations have joined a campaign to preserve Freeview and terrestrial radio beyond 2040, but the Government says it won’t commit to beyond 2034.
Arqiva has begun to test TV services from the new Bilsdale TV mast and has warned of temporary reception drop-outs.
Engineers are preparing to turn on the new replacement Freeview mast built in the aftermath of the August 2021 Bilsdale transmitter fire. But engineering work may result in a temporary loss of Freeview HD channels.
Two of QVC’s Freeview channels are moving multiplexes as part of an unannounced change taking place on Freeview. QVC Beauty and QVC Style are in the process of moving
In Freeview’s monthly channel update for April 2023, there’s new channels for horror and true crime fans. On channel 69,
A campaign is underway to preserve Freeview and terrestrial radio for future decades, ahead of major international conference this November.
Freeview viewers in seven regions of England are receiving advance warning messages ahead of changes to BBC One HD, now confirmed for Wednesday 26th April 2023.
Replacement mast at Bilsdale is now structurally complete. Now the broadcasting equipment and antenna need to be added.
The legacy BBC red button text service was unavailable for several hours on Saturday on Freeview.