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Great news, you can now watch our local TV channel Notts TV on-line @ www.tvplayer.com/watch/nottstv Of course, it still also broadcasts on Freeview channel 7, if you use the Waltham TV transmitter.
BBC Radio Nottingham can now be found on Freeview/YouView channel number 720. If you use the Waltham transmitter.
The Chart Show TV channel has launched on Freeview channel 67. It’s being carried on the signal that is carrying local TV to town and cities across the UK, and is only available on Freeview in locations where local TV … Continue reading
In just week, theBythams area will get an extra five HD channels from the Waltham (East Midlands) transmitter. To get the extra channels, you will already need to receive BBC One HD, BBC Two HD etc via your Freeview HD … Continue reading
Great news for people that can already receive Freeview HD channels 101-105 and can receive services from the Waltham (East Midlands) transmitter will gain access to BBC Four HD, CBeebies HD, BBC News HD and Al Jazeera English HD as … Continue reading
Several transmitters, centred on Waltham near Melton Mowbray, will be switched off from midnight on 29 May. Affected householders will need to retune their Freeview boxes to restore services. The work is being done to free up more airwave space … Continue reading
Freeview viewers in the East Midlands will need to retune their TV equipment on 29 May as local airwaves are cleared for the roll-out of 4G mobile broadband. Technical changes at the Waltham transmitter group, affecting 815,000 homes, will free … Continue reading
Freeview in the East Midlands (WALTHAM) will be subject to breaks in service overnight tonight into the early hours of Wednesday 27th February 2013, according to Digital UK. 00:01-06:00 27/02/2013 All Freeview services liable to be affected. More information can … Continue reading
Viewers in the East Midlands have today been informed when some Freeview channels will be moving frequencies in order to make way for new 4G mobile services launching later this year. Digital UK, the organisation overseeing the changes, confirmed that … Continue reading
The Freeview signal in parts of the East Midlands is being broadcast at reduced power as engineering work continues at the Waltham transmitter mast, to the north-east of Melton Mowbray. More information can be found at www.a516digital.com/2013/01/freeview-service-update-16012013.html.