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TV Aerials UK

TV Aerials UK TV Aerials UK are soon going to have to be changed as the UK is steadily switching off the Analogue signal and all TV’s will need the capability to receive a digital TV signal instead. With the Digital TV switchover looming, the UK population will need a good quality Digital TV Aerial in order that they can … Continue reading

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VAT Increase to 20%

Unfortunately we’ve been forced to raise VAT to 20% today in line with all VAT registered businesses. Please see our website for latest price information.

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BBC Services on Satellite have moved

To receive some BBC services via a satellite receiver that is not Freesat or a Skybox you will have to retune in order to continue viewing. The frequency listings and all the necessary information can be found via the following we blink. http://www.bbc.co.uk/reception/info/satfrequencies.shtml Other services are available to individual domestic satellite viewers – and there are regional variations of Channel … Continue reading

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North Scotland Goes Digital

The last of the analogue television signals in the STV North TV region were switched off on 20 October, extending Freeview coverage to virtually all households in North Scotland for the first time. Once analogue BBC One, STV, Channel 4 and Five were turned off permanently at the Rosemarkie transmitter group, this enabled extra channels to be broadcast from 12 … Continue reading

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Jail and fine for Pay-TV Pirates

AEPOC, the European Association for the Protection of Encrypted Works and Services has reported a breakthrough judgement against Pay-TV pirates. Belgian prosecutors, joined by AEPOC member Sky Deutschland, have won a lawsuit against pirates who sold viewing cards into Germany and Austria from 2006 to 2008. The Belgian Court ruled the two accused will serve 18 and 8 months prison … Continue reading

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