Sky News to be available on Saorview
Sky’s flagship international news service, Sky News, will become free to air in Ireland as the channel launches on the Saorview platform from Tuesday, 30th November.
Users of Ireland’s free digital television service will find Sky News on Saorview channel 23 – giving viewers access to Sky News’ live 24-hour news bulletins and programmes, with all the latest breaking news from around the world and developments closer to home with reporting from Sky News correspondents covering breaking stories across the island of Ireland.
Your equipment may require retuning. For more information call us on 056 7771900
Saorview appears to be off the air from Mount Leinster this evening. Please hold off on booking service calls for now. These outages are very rare and usually don’t last very long.
Update:From Saorview Website.
Planned Service Interruptions
12 January 2021
Mount Leinster, Carlow
Due to engineering work, viewers will experience a complete loss of reception for up to 4 hours 30 minutes between 15:00 and 22:00 on 12th January 2021.
For information regarding upcoming work on our transmission network please see RTÉ Aertel page 169. If you wish to be kept updated on transmitter outages you can follow 2RN on Twitter @2rnNMC. To report a problem with your Saorview reception please phone us at 1890-222012, or alternatively you can call 2RN at 01 2082259 or email email@example.com.
Saorview’s frequencies are changing on the 4th of September.
Following a decision by the EU, some of the TV broadcast spectrum that is used by Saorview is to be reallocated to other purposes. The spectrum that is being cleared is the 700 MHz frequency band. The Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE) has published information on its website detailing the parties responsible for the change which can be viewed here.
As a result of the 700 MHz migration some Saorview customers will be affected by the changes. The migration is taking place between Wednesday 4 September 2019 and Wednesday 4 March 2020, and Saorview will be providing information and advice to its viewers in order to ensure that they are aware of the migration and how the changes may affect them. Saorview customers can check to see if they will be affected by the changes by using this website or by contacting the Saorview team.
Many Saorview users will not be affected. But for those that are affected, they will need to retune their Saorview box or TV, and some customers may need to have some work done on their aerial and/or installation.
Virgin Media announce Analogue Switch Off KILKENNY
To keep watching, you’ll have to switch over to Digital TV.
If you are a cable TV customer in Kilkenny City, contact us today to ensure you maintain continued viewing after Monday September 2nd. 056 7771900
The ComReg decision to permit the use of mobile repeaters was one of the key recommendations of the Government’s Mobile Phone and Broadband Taskforce. The Taskforce suggested that ComReg explore introducing a regime that would permit the orderly installation of mobile phone repeaters. The Taskforce noted that such devices would be of particular use to households and businesses in rural areas.
ComReg has set technical conditions that Mobile Phone Repeaters must comply with to be permitted. The technical conditions aim to provide consumers with better indoor coverage while protecting Mobile Network Operators from unwanted interference as a priority.
Devices that do not meet the technical conditions will remain illegal under the Wireless Telegraphy Act 1926 to 2009.
Contact us today to pre order your mobile phone repeater.
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New channel list available for the Triax TSC114 combi.
Updates include CNN, CNN HD, Keep It Country, Showcase, Frontrunner, Freesports, Motorsport TV, Quest, Quest Red, Dave, Propeller, Yesterday.
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As always, we provide a call out service to up date your combi box.
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