Read this: Freeview boost: BBC, ITV and Channel 4 pledge MILLIONS to service
Summary: BBC, ITV and Channel 4 have all pledged to contribute 19.1 million each to Freeview in the next three years. Everything is free to stream and offers an alternative to paid-for services like Virgin Media and Sky Q. The latest round of investment, detailed by Morning Star, courtesy of the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 arrive less than six months after broadcast transmission company Arqiva decided to pull its investment from Freeview. - www.express.co.ukwww.express.co.ukFreeview boost: BBC, ITV and Channel 4 p…
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Maurice Hillier: The BBC have recently announced that regionalised versions of BBC One HD will be available in every region by the end of next year. This is very expensive to do as every region has to be upgraded to enable HD all the way through the broadcast chain, it isn't just a case of upgrading the cameras in the regional news studios, as there is currently only one version of BBC One HD for the whole of England, so 14 individual regional versions have to be setup, and they can't just insert the regional news at the transmitter.
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