Scottish Borders retune advice March 2017
Technical changes are being made to the way some BBC channels are broadcast on Freeview in the Scottish Borders on 1 March 2017. If you live in the Scottish Borders you may need to retune your TV equipment on or after this date to continue watching some BBC channels on Freeview. Other terrestrial-based TV services such as YouView, BT TV and TalkTalk will also be affected. High-definition (HD) channels will not be affected.
Only viewers receiving their signal from the main Selkirk transmitter will need to retune. This change is not related to the 4G rollout.
For further information and support, visit freeview.co.uk/borders or contact the Freeview Advice Line – freephone 0808 100 0288.
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