Freeview

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Freeview

(ˈfriːˌvjuː)
n
trademark (in Britain) a free service providing digital terrestrial television
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Freeview is managed by DTV Services Ltd, a company owned and run by its five shareholders: BBC, Sky, Channel 4, ITV and Arqiva.
The analogue-to-digital move will enable HYA to enhance its offering and provide advanced DTV services to its viewers secured by Nagra Media Access, Nagravision's state-of-the-art conditional access solution.
The FREEVIEW, FREEVIEW+, FREEVIEW HD and FREEVIEW+ HD logos are trademarks of DTV Services LTD.
The FREEVIEWTM word is a trademark of DTV Services Limited & is used under licence Y DTV Services Ltd 2002.
The FREEVIEW word is a trademark of DTV Services Limited & is used under licence Y DTV 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.
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.
The FCC determined that an expedited schedule was essential to the successful roll-out of a free, over the air DTV services and for the rapid recovery of the analog spectrum.
The FREEVIEWTM word is a trademark of DTV Services Limited &is used under licence Y DTV Services Ltd 2002.
14 The FreeviewTM word is a trademark of DTV Services Ltd & is used under license Y DTV Services Ltd 2002.