Extrapolating from the Ofcom figures, today will see the 10,000,000th Freeview home.
Already the box connected to most televisions in the UK, and dispite a recent press release from Datamonitor, Freeview is now the most used television box in the UK. So unless there has been a massive and unreported downturn in the sales, Freeview is the primary digital TV box in ten million homes.
|What connections are used from set top box to TV (such as SCART) ?||1|
|If you have several TVs at home do you need separate decoders for each set or is||2|
|Can I use a Freeview box if there is no SCART connector on my TV?||3|
|My TV is NICAM, does that mean I have digital TV?||4|
|Why has my widescreen TV just made everyone look fat?||5|
|BBC Local Radio on Freeview||1|
|Will the World Radiocommunication Conference be the death of Freeview?||2|
|New and improved Freeview radiation patterns||3|
|ITV4 now on Freeview Light transmitters: retune needed for all Freeview homes||4|
|What do the ITV changes on February 2nd 2015 at Ridge Hill and Oxford mean?||5|
|Connected Freeview comes a step closer today||6|