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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.
You generate the content; we’ll ensure it reaches the biggest audience possible. Our pivotal role in this evolving industry makes us an informed and trusted partner…
Cloud-orchestrated solution allows broadcasters and content owners to rapidly and cost-effectively reach new global audiences
STV is first commercial broadcaster to launch restart service on its SD and HD channels
IP Streaming for 24/7 full-time and occasional use event based services
Arqiva’s new service brings 24/7 LaLigaTV HD channel to the UK for the first time
Arqiva, the leading UK communications infrastructure company, has been awarded a We invest in people, gold accreditation by Investors in People (IIP).
New VoD solution supports content processing, packaging, and delivery of archived content entirely in the cloud with Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Benefit from our global satellite and fibre distribution network, delivering television channels and content to TV platforms all around the world.
As 2019 paid testament to the continued strength of linear TV, the increasing influence of digital disruptors, and the power of new players on the field we take a look ahead to what this means for 2020 and beyond.