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Digital UK is the independent, non-profit organisation co-ordinating the UK’s move to all-digital television broadcasting.
If you would like to visit Digital UK’s website, click the link below to find out more about Digital Switchover.
Digital Radio Now is an independent website giving advice about all aspects of digital radio.
What range of channels will be available via an aerial after switchover?
Digital switchover is taking place region by region across the UK from 2008 to 2012. Viewers will be able to choose from a range of digital TV options before and during switchover. These include continuing to receive digital TV through a conventional TV aerial, as well as via satellite, cable and broadband.
Details of which channels are available on satellite, cable and other non-aerial options are available from the providers of those services. We have produced a leaflet that focuses on the channels that will be available through your aerial after switchover:
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