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All About Digital TV is the home for all things digital TV, whether via satellite, cable, terrestrial or online. Digital radio is also covered, and some features on community radio will be added in due course.
This is now the only multi-platform website (at least that I’m aware of) dedicated to serving viewers and listeners of these services. All About Digital TV has stable ownership, and is ideally placed to serve this market for sometime to come.
Besides a general news section, each platform has its own section of the website, packed with news and useful resources, with much more to come. Lastly, a reviews and useful links section completes the site.
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer advice on individual television installations, but may be able to provide general guidance. For help with television installations, websites such as Digital TV UK (see Useful Links page) may be able to offer the information you require. Alternatively, consult a local reputable installer.
The website is aimed at viewers and listeners, not the industry. Therefore, we don’t cover board member and personnel changes, or small changes of ownership. Beyond that, any story deemed to be relevant and of interest to viewers and listeners in the UK and ROI are covered.
As there are numerous online platforms, this website generally only covers the main ones, namely BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All4, My5, TV Player, Pluto TV, Amazon Prime Video, and Netflix. Numerous others are available, and major stories may extend beyond this list.
All content on this website is protected by copyright. Unless otherwise stated, the copyright belongs to All About Digital TV.
Logos (belonging to websites, television channels etc.) are the copyright of their respective owners. Logos used on this website are used for identification purposes only, and can be removed on request of the owner.
Permission must be obtained before reusing any of the content on this website.
How to Contact All About Digital TV
You can email using scott[at]digitaltv.org.uk (replace [at] with the @ symbol). The website is not active on social media, but may from time to time be mentioned on other accounts also operated by the author of this website.
Transparency, Sources of Information, and Technical Information
All About Digital TV is operated by an individual, who for privacy reasons is only identified as ‘Scott’. This website currently receives no funding from external sources, with all costs met by the author. Adverts are not carried.
Where possible, channel list information is obtained from the platforms provider. This may be supplemented by data from the ‘TV Channel Lists’ website, or the ‘UK DTT Freeview Channels’ website.
News articles are compiled using data from the Advanced Television, Digital TV Europe, and Media Mole websites (links to these are on the Useful Links page), supplemented with broadcaster and platform press releases, and direct author observations, where appropriate. Reader reports (sometimes from social media and internet forums) may be used if the information is believed to be from an accurate or reliable source.
Important notice: No content has been transferred here from the now closed a516digital website. Any suggestion that this has taken place, or that permission to do so was given, is false.
The website has been developed from the ground up, using the WordPress platform and hosted on servers operated by our supplier The Media Site UK Ltd. No websites or content have been acquired, and no content licensing or sharing arrangements are in place.
The website can be accessed via desktop and laptop computers, and most mobile devices including tablet PCs. Some large tables may not display correctly on small screens, but this may be overcome by switching to landscape mode/orientation.
This website can be accessed over a secure https connection. All efforts to ensure that this website remains secure are made, but there are no guarantees this website remains free from viruses or malware. Use of this website is at your own risk, and no liabilities are accepted for any data loss that may occur.
Whilst many news websites often use quotes, by default quotes are excluded from all news articles on this website, unless they add value to the story or are required to fully explain events.
This is to ensure that articles are concise, and easy to read, whilst preventing stories from being cloudled by individuals or companies opinions.
The Reviews section is heavily influenced by the authors opinions. The rest of the website aims to be fully impartial, but unconscious bias may be present. Additionally, in personal capacity the author is entitled to voice opinions, both positive and negative, and this may extend to rival websites. These are always valid, and contain no false information.
This website continually monitors and counteracts false accusations. Action will be taken against anyone making false accusations, including but not limited to reporting to social media providers, employers, or the police. Additionally, the website reserves the right to publicise those that have made blatant false accusations, including on the website or via social media.