Fans of US action and sci-fi dramas from the have a new must-see channel on Freeview from 1st October 2014, with the arrival of CBS Action on the digital TV service.
Also available in homes with YouView, the channel will screen old favourites including Star Trek: The Original Series - digitally remastered and The Streets of San Francisco alongside more recent hit series NCIS and CSI. British action series Ultimate Force and classic comedy Cheers complement the schedule.
ITVBe is ITV's first new free-to-air channel since the launch of the CITV channel in 2006 (timeshift channels excluded). ITVBe will become the new home of popular scripted reality show TOWIE and all its spin-offs.
Here's what you need to know about the new channel:
Local TV returns to Northern Ireland today when at 6pm, NVTV takes to the airwaves of the Greater Belfast area after an absence of nearly two years.
The channel was one of the few that broadcast in analogue prior to digital switchover. As BBC Northern Ireland and UTV marked the analogue switch-off with Eamonn Holmes presenting a special simulcast show, NVTV quietly slipped off air.
Bauer Media UK has revealed ambitious plans to restructure its radio stations and change the availability of stations on DAB digital radio, starting January 2015.
The move will see Absolute Radio 90s move to local DAB multiplexes and Magic go national on the national commercial DAB multiplex Digital 1 in its place. KISSTORY will launch on local DAB in several cities including London and Birmingham.
Local DAB officially launches in Somerset today bringing listeners an additional choice of BBC and commercial radio across the county.
Listeners can tune into the new local DAB multiplex and receive five services broadcast from transmitters at Taunton, Hutton and the main Mendip transmitter. The new multiplex launch follows several weeks of test transmissions across the county on VHF frequency block 10B.
Alistair Thom is to become the new managing director of Freesat from 2015, with existing Freesat boss Emma Scott leaving the company after 7 years.
Emma Scott (pictured) has overseen the growth of Freesat from the very start, initially as Launch Director at the BBC before becoming Managing Director in 2007. Freesat’s subscription free television service is now used in nearly 2 million homes.