London Transmitter switchover


Digital UK, the body in charge of switchover, is ensuring everyone is made aware of the change through a range of initiatives launching today. Every household is being sent a 20-page booklet explaining the process, and roadshow teams will visit

400 locations between now and March.

London’s switchover is the biggest in the UK by far, affecting households across the capital and much of the home counties and extending Freeview coverage to almost all viewers.

Analogue BBC Two will disappear in London and neighbouring parts of Berkshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Middlesex and Surrey on 4 April 2012. The remaining analogue channels – BBC One, ITV1, Channel Four and Channel Five – will then be turned off on 18 April 2012.




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