Freeview

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Freeview

(ˈfriːˌvjuː)
n
trademark (in Britain) a free service providing digital terrestrial television
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GatesAir has the ideal technology to transition our customers to DVB-T2 with incremental upgrades that prevent disruption to existing over-the-air operations and deliver the improved bandwidth efficiency and performance capabilities that will enable richer, higher quality DTV services."
New types of mobile televisions showed up in abundance at last week's 2011 International CES despite the relative lack of consumer interest in mobile DTV services to date.
The FREEVIEW, FREEVIEW+, FREEVIEW HD and FREEVIEW+ HD logos are trademarks of DTV Services LTD.
The FREEVIEW word is a trademark of DTV Services Limited & is used under licence Y DTV Services Ltd 2002.
The FREEVIEWTM word is a trademark of DTV Services Limited & is used under licence Y DTV Services Ltd 2002.
For full terms and conditions, log on to www.setanta.com/offer The Freeview word is a trademark of DTV Services Limited and is used under licence, YDTV Services Ltd 2002.
According to the report by independent market analysis firm Datamonitor, "Western European and US Digital TV Adoption, 2008 (Strategic Focus)" a further key driver in the transition to DTV services is the switch-off of analogue transmission in the United States and western Europe.
Freeview is owned and marketed by DTV Services Limited - a joint venture between the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, BSkyB and National Grid Wireless.
In 1999, it passed a law to provide some relief, giving private TV stations preferential loans and tax breaks to get their terrestrial DTV services off the ground, so to speak.
The digital terrestrial television service contract was awarded to 7C by DTV Services, the consortium created by the BBC, BSkyB and transmitter operator Crown Castle.