A bundle of Freeview channels in the London TV region fell off-air on Thursday afternoon…
Transmitter company Arqiva has turned on two further relay sites, restoring TV signals to additional households affected by last summer’s transmitter fire at Bilsdale.
Daytime TV viewers in Nottingham may find their Freeview service disrupted this week, due to engineering work at the City’s transmitter mast.
Two new relay transmitters have gone live over the weekend to serve viewers still unable to receive a signal after a major transmitter fire in August.
The hybrid terrestrial – streaming service, now included as standard in many smart TVs, is now used in over 10 million homes.
Dozens of Freeview channels will move down the channel list in 2022 if Ofcom approves the linear return of BBC Three.
The BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5 could end up pooling all of their on-demand services into one app as the public broadcasters fight against global streamers.
Streaming service upgrades systems allowing more TVs to access its range of free ad-supported channels.
Television and radio services in parts of North Yorkshire and Teesside have been disrupted by a fault at the local transmitter.
Subject to regulatory approvals, the companies responsible for Freeview and Freesat will be merged.