For historical reasons the Lincoln Town transmitter was part of the ITV Belmont region, but for some reason the BBC East Midlands.
The BBC has had a Lincolnshire region for some decades now, so it probably makes sense for the county town's transmitter to actually be in the BBC region with its name.
From yesterday, this is now the case.
As the transmitter only covers 840-3,000 homes in the Riverside area of Lincoln, and then with only analogue services, many viewers will probably be using the main Belmont transmitter for the Freeview and already get BBC Lincolnshire.
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