High pressure weather conditions could cause picture break up or loss of channels for some viewers over much of the UK this weekend. Please don’t retune your TV as reception should improve throughout the weekend.
You can still watch live and on-demand TV through players such as BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub on an internet connected Freeview Play TV, or one that has players available to view.
Viewers looking for support or general information on Freeview should visit their website at www.freeview.co.uk
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Channel providers looking to launch a new service on Freeview will find the information they need here. This section also includes downloadable guides for schedule providers and Digital UK's LCN Policy.