What’s happening and why?
Following a decision by Ofcom, some airwaves used by Freeview are being reallocated to allow for the future development of mobile broadband services. Transmitters across the UK are being updated as part of a major engineering programme.
The transmitter updates will require changes to be made to the way some channels are broadcast on Freeview. You may need to retune your TV equipment to continue watching programmes when these take place in your area.
Further information about when and where the changes take place and advice about retuning is available online at www.freeview.co.uk/tvchanges.
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