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These channels will their broadcasts during 2013 and 2014, according to information now provided here: Ofcom - Multiplex L.
I have added the details to the existing map page at Local television on Freeview.
Scroll down, and under the map you will find the information on this page looks like:
You will now see details of the multiplexes on the transmitter pages
I have named the L multiplexes with a suffix of the postcode of the target area. So, for example "LLS" is for Leeds, "LG" for Glasgow.
Still to be done is the entry of the raditaiton patterns (see Technical Plan â Multiplex L) and the generation of UK Free TV's unique coverage maps.
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Will Wren: The best you are going to get is an return to the "Border TV" service on ITV.
There are no plans at all for a "Channel 8". The only service with planning frequencies is for Carlisle and that will be in the opposite direction from the transmitter to you.
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Peter Webber: Again, from Local television on Freeview | ukfree.tv - 11 years of independent, free digital TV advice 30th January 2014
If you go to Tacolneston (Norfolk, England) Full Freeview transmitter | ukfree.tv - 11 years of independent, free digital TV advice and click on "LNRH" on the interactive map you will see that you won't get it.
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