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New format to switchover detail pages

We have improved the format of the transmitter switchover pages.

We have improved the format of the transmitter switchover pages
published on UK Free TV

There are few changes on UK Free TV. Now that Ofcom has decided to introduce Freeview HD on multiplex B (or PSB3 as it will be known) from November 2009, the format of the switchover details pages has been improved to reflect this, and to make it easier to understand which channels you will get, and when.

You can see the whole list of UK transmitters, or try out these:

On Thursday 20th November 2008

Bonchester Bridge, Clovenfords, Eyemouth, Galashiels, Hawick, Innerleithen, Jedburgh, Lauder, Peebles, Selkirk, Stow, Yetholm

On Wednesday 22nd April 2009

Ashburton, Beacon Hill, Bovey Tracey, Brixham, Buckfastleigh, Chudleigh, Clennon Valley, Coombe, Dartmouth, Edginswell, Halwell, Harbertonford, Hele, Kingskerswell, Liverton, Newton Abbot VP, Occombe Valley, Sidmouth, South Brent VP, Tedburn St Mary, Teignmouth, Torquay Town, Totnes

On Wednesday 20th May 2009

Bampton, Beaminster, Beer, Bincombe Hill, Branscombe, Bridport, Charmouth, Chideock VP, Crediton, Culm Valley, Dawlish, Dunsford, Exeter St Thomas, Honiton, Pennsylvania, Preston, Rampisham, Stockland Hill, Stokeinteignhead, Tiverton, Weymouth

The new format page looks like this:


The Freeview transmitter pages have also been updated too. The channel listings for the multiplexes are now more accurate and the correct BBC One, BBC Two and ITV-1 regions are listed. In addition, the channel logos are now shown, with links for each listed channel. Click on any link from Freeview transmitter map.

Help with Which system?
Why are some channels free on Freeview but paid-for on satellite?1
Are digital TV pictures better?2
How much less interference is there on digital TV?3
I currently have an NTL cable line for TV. Will I be able to use this to receive4
Can I use a ex-Sky box to receive aerial Freeview?5
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Why are there so many +1 channels on TV?1
Channel 4 would like to turn Sky "retransmission fees" into programming2
The BBC wants to stop paying Sky ten million pounds a year for EPG listing3
BBC "Delivering Quality First" changes to transmissions4
Broadcasting territorial exclusivity with a decoder card is contrary to EU law 5
Ofcom provides Product Placement logo6


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