Thursday April 9, 2020

Concern over lack of switchover information

Homes that receive their TV signal via aerials will see this service switched off in the next few years, but no Irish body is yet promoting this switchover.

13th September, 2008

Homes that receive their TV signal via aerials will see this service switched off in the next few years, but no Irish body is yet promoting this switchover.

The government has alluded to the notion of ‘changeover champion’, but there is growing concern about the absence of a structure and funding to communicate this change to consumers.

Alex Pomfrey of British body Digital TV, who will speak at the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland...

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