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November 6, 2009

Mid Wales goes Digital

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by David Allen

The digital TV switchover continues to make its relentless way around the UK, although there does not seems to be any sort of pattern to it.

The latest switchover zone is in eastern and central Wales, once completed over twenty four thousand households will be able to receive digital TV through an aerial for the first time.

As usual the warning sign of BBC2 disappearing from the TV screen happened yesterday morning, the final phase when the transmitter is switched off for good and the analogue signal will be gone forever.

Anyone in the region covered by the Long Mountain group of transmitters, which includes the areas of Llandinam and Llanidloes now have less than a month to sort out their equipment or face losing out on their favourite TV shows.

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