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Markymark7,575 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today
The fact that CBS reality is already on freeview makes it more of a joke. Simulcasting what's already viewable on another channel.


See also various chunks of BBC One and/or BBC Two output being simulcasts of the BBC News Channel...


Yes, indeed. It's sqandering (apparently valuable) bandwidth in my view, no other broadcasters do it on that scale.

Perhaps Ofcom could perform one of their long winded audit/consultations
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Emily Moore2 posts since 1 Sep 2019 new member
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
My house mates have spent several minutes staring in disbelief at the output of Sheffield Live while flicking through the channels. The news is often good for a laugh for how poorly it's put together, the priority of stories and how uninformative you can actually make a news programme.


I particularly like the promo for advertising on Sheffield Live, which runs a random sequence of scenes filmed around Sheffield (largely, it seems, within 200 metres of the station studios) while a VO tells us how we can advertise on Sheffield Live over a generic jazz bed. At no point during the promo do the station's contact details appear as an on-screen caption. If it was posted in The Gallery it'd get panned, yet there it is on TV.
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steddenm1,370 posts since 11 Oct 2004
Central (West) Midlands Today
Anyone know what's happened to That's Lancashire? Not showing on YouView box anymore. All other channels are there though. Only this one missing.


When did it go missing ? It moved frequency back in October, when did you last run a rescan ?


It updates itself every so often. Only noticed the other day. I've manually retuned and still not there.
"Stop touching Dot's pussy - you don't know where it's been!" (Honey Mitchell, EastEnders)
Markymark7,575 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today
Anyone know what's happened to That's Lancashire? Not showing on YouView box anymore. All other channels are there though. Only this one missing.


When did it go missing ? It moved frequency back in October, when did you last run a rescan ?


It updates itself every so often. Only noticed the other day. I've manually
retuned and still not there.


It's on UHF Ch 40. If there's no signal present it could indicate your aerial requires replacement as the frequency is too low for its responce. Hardly worth the effort for local TV of course, however in April the main muxes at Winter Hill also move downband, so you may well need a replacement for that event anyway
Closedown111 posts since 23 Nov 2014
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
Just watched half an hour's worth of Leeds TV - pretty much my quota for the year. They've have just run a piece about a dog that picks up litter on Scarborough beach. A 90 minute drive away on a good day. Oh, and a weird advertorial for Active Fitness.- with horribly distorted interview audio. To be fair it was flagged up by a 'P' product placement symbol just prior. Also worth noting a few bits with a SWNS credit - a news agency that appears to have an office in Leeds. Beyond that, the old trick of a few minutes' content shoved into a rotating playlist - and boom!, there's your 'local' box ticked.
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TheMike88 posts since 12 Jan 2019
Central (East) East Midlands Today
What transmitter is Scarborough on? If they get Look North Leeds there (Emley Moor transmitter) instead of Look North Hull (Belmont), then it makes sense that it would be covered on Leeds TV, as they'd be able to pick up the channel there.

Scarborough is covered by the Oliver's Mount transmitter, which broadcasts That's TV North Yorkshire.
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Markymark7,575 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today
What transmitter is Scarborough on? If they get Look North Leeds there (Emley Moor transmitter) instead of Look North Hull (Belmont), then it makes sense that it would be covered on Leeds TV, as they'd be able to pick up the channel there.


Leeds TV is transmitted from Emley Moor at a significantly lower power than the main muxes, and in a narrow beam only towards Leeds. I just about had reception on a hotel TV just outside York (on the west side) there's not much chance of reaching Scarborough (indeed, that's why the Oliver's Mount tx exists)
Last edited by Markymark on 14 January 2020 7:02am