Read this: Families lose channels after switch to new TV transmitter
Summary: Thousands of pounds of work is being carried out on the 245-metre high mast ahead of the change to digital broadcasting in 2011, when analogue TV signals will be turned off forever. Digital UK, which is overseeing the work, said that the move to the temporary antenna might have caused a problem for people without properly aligned aerials or those on the fringes of digital coverage, which extends to 76 per cent of the West Midlands. Viewers who receive satellite pictures or cable services have not been affected by the work. - birminghampost.netwww.birminghampost.netFamilies lose channels after switch to n…
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