Digital terrestrial, frequency change weekend and new TV channels: the news

Digital terrestrial, frequency change weekend and new TV channels: the news
Digital terrestrial, frequency change weekend and new TV channels: the news

In the week in which the switch off to DVB-T2 was postponed, from the digital terrestrial front we report a wide range of news. In fact, some frequencies have been changed and new TV channels added.

Starting from Lazio and the Mux Teletibur, we would like to point out that the Bagni di Tivoli plant has been relocated to UHF 21. Therefore, if you have the antennas pointed at this antenna, it is necessary to re-tune the equipment to avoid losing the channels.

In Calabria, on the Mux Studio 3 we report the return, to position 76 of the La Grande Calabria channel, which also broadcasts to the LCN 691 in copy under the name “Matrix TV”.

In Abruzzo, on the other hand, in the Mux Telesirio and Mux TV Sei instead we point out that Telesirio (present at LCN 16) has changed its name and is now known as Canale 16. Also in Abruzzo, the new Gecu TV channel at LCN 172 makes its debut on the Mux Telemax.

As always, to fully engage these new features, it is necessary to retune the equipment (decoder and TV), otherwise you could be faced with unpleasant surprises.

We remind you that, as part of the new schedule of the switch off to DVB-T2, on 1 September 2021 there is no longer any type of change: the transition to MPEG-4 will not be carried out either, which has slipped by a few weeks, ana .

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