Thanks for the reply. I've checked out the maps and can see the projected footprint for the local TV service from Wenvoe. What I don't understand is what's happened to Cube's original licence (on the equivalent of the analogue channel 30) - only the prospective local service on 51.
On Winter Hill for example, the MEN multiplex is shown running on C57 and the new local service on C56.
As Cube haven't launched a TV service yet are they more likely to bid for 51 and use 30 for something else, or sell it on/hand it back?
Interleaved spectrum in the 542 to 550 MHz band went to Cube Interactive in Cardiff ... Cube Interactive are planning to develop a multi-tier service based on linear TV. A multi-tier service would use the spectrum available to Cube to
deliver a variety of services that might include television and broadband. "
It would appear the Cube had the ability to launch a multiplex on C30 and they did not.