The updated Local TV mux slide reflects:
The UK's sixth local TV service launches this week, with viewers in the Brighton and Hove area seeing Latest TV hit the airwaves on Thursday 28th August.
Congratulations to A & N Aerials Ltd on their new membership with CAI Ltd holding membership number C.1828. Full company information can be found on the following link, http://www.cai.org.uk/component/mtree/1168-a-n-aerials-ltd?Itemid=.
We wish Nigel and the A & N Aerials Ltd team in Kent all the very best for the future with their new membership.
Just a quick reminder that the Freeview TV guide will be updated and expanded on Wednesday, 3 September 2014 to create extra capacity for new General Entertainment services. As a result, Children’s and News channels will move to new channel numbers.
- The Children’s genre will move from LCN 70 to start at LCN 120
- The News genre will move from LCN 80 to start at LCN 130
To update their guide viewers simply need to retune their Freeview TVs and digital boxes where equipment does not pick up the changes automatically. On-screen messages will prompt viewers to retune on or after 3 September 2014.
Mobile phone operators are now rolling out 4G networks across the UK to provide super-fast wireless broadband. The 800 MHz frequencies used by some 4G services are next to the frequencies used for Freeview. There is a small chance this may cause disruption to Freeview services.
Typical symptoms include a loss of sound, pixelated images or loss of some or all Freeview channels. Cable and satellite TV services are very unlikely to be affected.
at800 is sending postcards to addresses in:
Ashfield, Bath and North East Somerset, Bedford, Bolsover, Braintree, Cambridge, Cherwell, Chesterfield, City of Peterborough, City of Stoke-on-Trent, Doncaster, Flintshire, Hartlepool, Hinckley and Bosworth, Luton, North Hertfordshire, North Kesteven, North West Leicestershire, Nuneaton and Bedworth, Rochford, South Derbyshire, Southend-on-Sea, Stevenage, Teignbridge, Telford and Wrekin and Torbay.
Following a Twitter post from BBC One Programme DIY SOS requesting assistance with finding an aerial installer for a project in the Swansea area, the CAI contacted our Welsh members for their help. We are delighted to confirm our member Elite Aerial Services Ltd will be taking part in the 'Big Build' helping deserving people in DIY Hell. Thank you to all those members that responded to our @DIYSOS post and email. Great to see so many CAI members willing to help out those in need. Feeling proud of all our members kindness.
Congratulations to Wired 4 Digital on their new membership with CAI Ltd holding membership number C.1827. Full company information can be found on the following link, http://www.cai.org.uk/component/mtree/1166-wired-4-digital?Itemid=.
We wish Richard and the Wired 4 Digital team all the very best for the future with their new membership.