Technical changes to BBC services in parts of Cumbria, South Yorkshire, North East Derbyshire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire mean that viewers will need to retune on 3rd September or risk losing channels including BBC One.
Coinciding with wider changes on Freeview on Wednesday 3rd September 2014, viewers in the affected areas who use Freeview or YouView may lose access to the BBC's standard definition TV channels and national radio stations.
Sky has made Sky Sports News HQ available to Now TV subscribers who don't have the sports pass ahead of football transfer deadline day.
From today, those who access Now TV through the Now TV Box and have an active Now TV pass –
sports, entertainment or movies - will be able to watch Sky Sports News
HQ through a dedicated app on their homepage.
The UK's sixth local TV service launches this week, with viewers in the Brighton and Hove area seeing Latest TV hit the airwaves at 6pm on Thursday 28th August.
Earlier this month, hundreds of interested members of the public visited an open day held the station's studios in Manchester Street and since last week, the channel has been broadcasting a pre-launch loop on Freeview for viewers in range of the signal from the Whitehawk Hill transmitter.