If you listen to radio on Freeview, you get not only the station's logo on the screen, but an interactive service that provides information.
Freeview radio users get to see not just the name of the current and next programme, but the constantly updated 'live text' that also appears on the screens of DAB radios. On music stations, this usually displays the artist and title of the current playing song.
Until now, Freesat radio listeners just got a blank screen.
But now there is a service:
For more, please see Freesat Radio - BBCi Labs
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