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Jan 162024
 

The post More ITV SD Channel changes coming soon? appeared first on The Sat & TV Guy.

With ITV closing down standard definition (SD) versions of ITVBe, ITV3 and ITV4, in favour of their high definition (HD) versions, it appears that ITV will be doing some more house keeping on its satellite frequencies, and potentially meaning that Continue reading →

Jan 162024
 

The post BBC SATBACk on Intelsat 901 at 27.5°W moving satellites? appeared first on The Sat & TV Guy.

BBC SATBACk on Intelsat 901 at 27.5°W is a back up service for the UK Freeview service. The main channels from the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 are available on Intelsat 907 at 27.5° West. This service is a backup Continue reading →

Jan 092024
 

The post ITV3 and ITV4 Standard Definition closed today appeared first on The Sat & TV Guy.

As part of the move from Standard Definition to High Definition, ITV today closed down its Standard Definition versions of ITV3 and ITV4. This means that they are only available on Sky HD and Freesat HD in HD. Their “+1” Continue reading →

Jan 062024
 

The post Closure of BBC SD channels on satellite on 8 January 2024 appeared first on The Sat & TV Guy.

The BBC will be closing the SD versions of all our TV channels on satellite – the closedown will take place on 8th January 2024. If you see a banner telling you to upgrade you need to act now. (Note Continue reading →

Jan 062024
 

The post BBC ITV Sky Satellite TV changes in 2024. Act now or lose channels. appeared first on The Sat & TV Guy.

BBC ITV Sky Satellite TV changes in 2024. Act now or lose channels. BBC and ITV viewers on Freesat and Sky need to take note, as the era of Standard Definition (SD) broadcasting is coming to a close. On the Continue reading →

Dec 302023
 

The post Amazon Prime Video to start ‘limited advertisements’ in 2024 appeared first on The Sat & TV Guy.

Subscribers to Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service will start seeing commercials in films and TV shows from early next year unless they pay an extra £2.99 for an ad-free experience. The company said customers in the UK and Germany would Continue reading →






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