Ofcom's new frequency plan - and their planned digital dividend depends upon many more people having to buy a new TV aerial. So who will pay the bill?
If you receive your analogue TV from one of these transmitters, you will now have to buy a new aerial after the analogue signals are switched off.
The following table lists all the transmitters that will have changed their aerial group after switchover. If you watch your TV from any of the, you will have to pay for a new aerial!
Kings Weston Hill
Port St Mary (IoM)
|Can I use an existing sky dish with a freeview box? and if so can the two servic||1|
|Do I need to get an aerial or can I connect my old sky dish straight to an aeri||2|
|what is the difference between normal Co-axial cable and satellite grade? Can I||3|
|Can I use a ex-Sky box to receive aerial Freeview?||4|
|I currently have an NTL cable line for TV. Will I be able to use this to receive||5|
|Channel 4 would like to turn Sky "retransmission fees" into programming||1|
|The BBC wants to stop paying Sky ten million pounds a year for EPG listing||2|
|BBC "Delivering Quality First" changes to transmissions||3|
|Broadcasting territorial exclusivity with a decoder card is contrary to EU law||4|
|Ofcom provides Product Placement logo||5|
|BBC licence fee held at 145.50 until 2016||6|