Cumbria will be first area to face analogue TV switch-off

July 2006
Electronics Weekly;7/26/2006, Issue 2251, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports that analogue TV signals in the town of Whitehaven, Cumbria, England, will be switched-off completely in the autumn of 2007. This area was selected to go first because it is a clearly defined area with little signal overlap and residents cannot currently receive Freeview.


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