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We are the UK provider of transmission services and infrastructure for television and have a network of more than 1,150 TV towers.
We provide coverage to 99% of the population and carry Freeview into around 20 million households every day, making it the UK’s most popular TV platform. In addition, our Satellite & Media business is the UK’s leading independent owner and operator of teleports and offers a portfolio of services from content preparation and management, through to content distribution and consumption for linear and OTT platforms across the globe.
Arqiva is inviting interested parties to submit an expression of interest for the auction of national DTT standard definition television slot - suitable for Free to Air (FTA) linear TV services. The television slot will be for up to 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. The slot will be available from a mutually agreed date and is suitable for television services only and not for radio, data or other non-TV services.
Behind Arqiva’s crucial infrastructure, there are hundreds of skilled engineers, each doing their daily bit to keep the UK’s TV, radio, telecoms and smart technology services up and running. In this article we take a look at the role of our apprenticeship scheme in developing our future talent.
As a shareholder in Digital UK, we are delighted to have signed a new five-year agreement along with our partners, BBC, ITV and Channel 4. Digital UK’s full announcement is below:
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Partnership to support live sporting coverage and occasional use (OU) capacity
A major re-engineering programme is now well underway with the objective of clearing the 700MHz frequency band (UHF channels 49-60) of Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) services by May 2020, to make spectrum available for future mobile data services.