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ITV is a commercial TV network in the United Kingdom. Streaming video is available through the ITV website and mobile apps.

ITV problems in the last 24 hours in Wigton, England

The following chart shows the number of reports that we have received about ITV over the past 24 hours from users in Wigton and near by areas. An outage is determined when the number of reports are higher than the baseline, represented by the red line.

ITV Outage Chart in Wigton, Cumbria, England 09/26/2021 15:25

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Most Reported Problems:

  • Buffering 44.73% Buffering
  • Crashing 28.48% Crashing
  • Playback Issues 17.30% Playback Issues
  • Sign in 7.96% Sign in
  • Video Quality 1.52% Video Quality

ITV Outage Map Near Wigton, Cumbria, England

The most recent outage reports and issues originated from Carlisle.

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ITV Issues Reports Near Wigton, England

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in Wigton and nearby locations:
  • Babydriver2 Baby driver (@Babydriver2) reported from Carlisle, England

    Get in touch with LG support on-line. Describe problem. It’s a software problem since ITV upgraded hub. Will take time though!

  • Birminghamjosh Whisper of a thought 🌈😍😁😎 (@Birminghamjosh) reported from Carlisle, England

    So @ITV have finally axed that awful The Jeremy Kyle show, it only took someone taking their own life for them to wake up and realise that the show is utterly cruel

ITV Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • LindaMac1 Linda MacDonald (@LindaMac1) reported

    @EndeavourTV @ITV Is it really the last one? So soon? Quality, as ever.

  • michaelnixon70 Michael Nixon💙 (@michaelnixon70) reported

    @ITV Wouldn't even work on Firestick. Amateurish.

  • kenguy65 Ken Guy (@kenguy65) reported

    @MorrisseyHelena @ITV Far better than the current crop. The recent Bond themes have been woeful. The Writing’s on the Wall was terrible and it won an Oscar. 🤔

  • AHatherell01 Andrew Hatherell (@AHatherell01) reported

    @ITV seriously 22 adverts over 13 minutes before anything will stream makes your platform unusable.

  • JackDaisyV John (@JackDaisyV) reported

    Isn't it time someone put a stop to the main media channels like @BBC and @ITV creating problems like the #petrolshortage today. It was a cast iron guarantee that this was going to happen. I knew it and the media sure as hell knew it. Irresponsible, shameful and self-serving.

  • GrahamR81 Graham Robert 💙 (@GrahamR81) reported

    @AndrewBrookLdn @stoney632 @ITV One big difference of course, Lee Rugby’s killer caught and punished, whereas Stephen Lawrence’s killers have not been punished properly and the terrible neglect of the investigation by the Met and authorities, has made such a scandal.

  • ElaineDavies943 Elaine (@ElaineDavies943) reported

    @AndrewBrookLdn @stoney632 @ITV But the trouble is, they are. For 30 years now we have been bombarded with the tragic story of Stephen Lawrence whilst in the meantime hundreds of kids have been killed in fights and we never hear their names! Time Lee Rigby was remembered too. Bet his mother isn’t a baroness!

  • Alinglese MIke P (@Alinglese) reported

    @Bivver5 @stoney632 @ITV Maybe if they told the true story instead of pushong a narrative it would help to provide some balance.

  • maxbabeyeah fattyboom50🇪🇺 💙🌈🔥🇬🇧🇦🇺🇯🇲 (@maxbabeyeah) reported

    @TonyBen2434 @stoney632 @ITV No you are the problem a bigot. Now piss orf

  • EileenHMurphy Eileen Murphy (@EileenHMurphy) reported

    Just a thought but maybe #TV production companies could stop glamourising the murder of women - it might help, you never know @BBC @Itv @Channel4