For many years, Freeview viewers have been able to watch two, then four news loops as part of the BBC "Red Button" service.
However, the changes to the BBC multiplexes that see the BBC giving away bandwidth to the other public service broadcasters (ITV, C4 and FIVE) for their HD service means that the News Multiscreen has to go.
Satellite and cable versions are not effected.
You can watch these loops online:
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|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|