DTT & Freeview Updates
The latest mux slide, supplied courtesy of Indigo Associates, can be DOWNLOADED HERE
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DTT Changes 4th January 2022
Freeview DTT multiplex slide that reflects removal of Christmas services and restoration of original service names, plus some other changes and closures made in December as below:
4th January 2022
- LCN51 on COMUX/Local Mux: GREAT! Movies Christmas reverts to GREAT! Movies Classic
- LCN62 on G_MAN Mux serving Manchester only: GREAT! Movies Xmas+1 goes back to GREAT! Movies Classic+1.
31st December 2021
- LCN7 and LCN8 (depending on region) on COMUX/Local Mux: reverted to That's TV from That's TV Xmas
- LCN91 on COM7 /Arqiva C (temporary HD mux): That’s TV Xmas UK returned to That’s TV Gold
28th December 2021
- LCN 76 on COM7 /Arqiva C (temporary HD mux): NOW XMAS became NOW 80s
- LCN78 on G_MAN Mux serving Manchester only: NOW 80s became NOW 90s.
15th December 2021
- LCN97 on G_MAN Mux serving Manchester only: OD365TV added to EPG.
- LCN99 on G_MAN Mux serving Manchester only: Manchester TV removed. The service has closed and is no longer available.
- LCN679 on COM6/Arqiva B mux: Adult Studio 66 removed after broadcasts ceased on 30/11/21
- LCN680 on COM4/SDN mux Not Wales:Adult Xpanded 2 removed. Follows service previously promoting a move to a streaming service via compatible SMART devices earlier in the month.
DTT Changes 18th November 2021
18th November 2021
Latest updated Freeview DTT mux slide to reflect the following seasonal changes that came into play from 18th November 2021 until further notice:
- Now 80s at LCN 76 on the COM7 /Arqiva C temporary HD mux changed to Now Christmas
- Now 90s at LCN 78 on the G Man local mux serving Greater Manchester only changed to Now 80’s
- That’s TV local TV services at LCN 7 and LCN 8 on the COMUX /Local mux became That’s Xmas
- That’s TV Gold at LCN 91 on the COM7 /Arqiva C temporary HD mux has changed to That’s TV Xmas UK
There are no multiplex moves and no changes to broadcast hours.
Freeview advise viewers to retune their TV equipment to ensure their service listings and electronic programme guides (EPGs), however some more recent models will update automatically.