Freeview Outage in Buckley, County of Flintshire, Wales
Freeview is the United Kingdom's digital terrestrial television platform. It is operated by DTV Services Ltd, a joint venture between the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Sky and transmitter operator Arqiva.
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Freeview Issues Reports Near Buckley, WalesLatest outage, problems and issue reports in Buckley and nearby locations:
from Higher Kinnerton, Wales
@EinCymru Yep it is true - can't get it on any Freeview service (might with Sky) - so annoying - have choice of North West or West Mids.
from Chester, England
I have 100 freeview channels on my tv. Tonight they are all showing utter crap.
from Neston, England
@Rhorud09 @patel4witham @SOS_Fraud @EstherMaile #Freeview tried to getme BBC 1 North West yesterday I was told todo it manually togo to channel 32 were I had no signal whatsoever Yet previously I had the channel before this lastcall to retune I also had last year 7 months without #TalkingPictures on channel 81 who is doing it
from Neston, England
@Rhorud09 @patel4witham @SOS_Fraud @EstherMaile I can’t get BBC1 North West& #RadioMerseyside on my Television all I get now BBC1 Wales with no access to Radio Merseyside 722 on #Freeview We need more investigation taking place When will all my troubles end before the retune I got everything Will I ever trust #BTGroup No never
Freeview Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@JamesCridland @EFTM No mate, because you're the only one on the planet who cares:))) sorry... cross carry of EPG was an issue when i was at SBS - industry doesn't care, put too much effort into Freeview+ instead of the basic EPG - I hear ya... but, I'd be sticking with fetch:)
@JamesCridland I’ve just got a HDHomeRun box that has two Freeview tuners in, and makes the channels available as IPTV on your local network. Then the app Channels (which is available for basically everything) is used to view, and downloads the EPG from the web, and it works great.
@BuddClair As of this point, it looks as though there's no way we'll ever subscribe to a paid T.V. service like Sky or Virgin ever again. I'm happy to pay the licence fee as it stands, but Freeview's more than adequate, alongside Netflix and Spamazon.
@XSManchester Attempted to fix a Freeview aerial in the loft some years ago. Starting sneezing with all the dust, slipped off the joists and came crashing thru the spare bedroom ceiling. Straight out of a comedy film .... Carry On Belly. 🙄
Next year I’m going to refuse to pay my TV licence until the government do something about our TV & the BBC as a corporation not as channels because they’re just as bad. I am fed up with watching the same program is repeated on different channels through Freeview & no subtitles
@FreeviewAdvice hi Freeview, wondering if you can help. Just moved into a new build and your postcode checker says we won't get Freeview - not sure if this is true or just because we have a new postcode? Don't want to waste money on an aerial if we can't get it!
Movie Pick of the Day (UK Freeview) Nightbreed (1990) Dir. Clive Barker Horror Channel - 22:55 I despised Nightbreed when it was released, but only because of how much of an utter **** Craig Sheffer was in Some Kind of Wonderful, three years previous. I hold grudges.
@alan_jones They filled hours with Sky Travel Shop. Their main competitor on Freeview was TV Travel Shop. Of course, it was called DTT back then as Freeview only launched in the October. So many new channels arrived, although signal wasn't great.
@Theking06810787 @CountBinface I don't get this, it's never gone away on Freeview, just press the Text button on your TV's remote while on BBC1, BBC2 or BBCNews and you're good to go: Page ideas: 101 = News headlines 302 = Football Headlines 360 = F1 Headlines 400 = Weather
@discoveryplus thank the gods this is subscription only,as i will never ever have to watch any of it on freeview. jesus christ can your bloody adverts too (every 5 mins or less it seems on just about all channels). i will never want to watch any of your programs.