U.K. Analog TV Signals to End October 2012

Digital switchover for the whole of the U.K. and Ireland

The British government has announced that analog TV broadcasting will officially end on October 24, 2012.
The U.K. has been phasing out analog broadcasting since 2007, when the northern English town of Whitehaven switched to a digital signal. Digital U.K., the non-profit company set up by the government to oversee the switchover, has been moving consumers from analog to digital signals on a region-by-region basis since then.

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