DMOL revamps its website with useful technical information about UK DTT

DMOL, the organisation responsible for managing a range of technical functions for the UK's digital terrestrial TV network (Freeview), including delivery of the channel listing and programme information to viewers, has revamped its website.

The site now contains enhanced content aimed at potential users of the digital terrestrial television platform, with a section informing interested parties how to go about launching a channel and even a multiplex on the digital terrestrial platform. It also contains a lot of useful reference information for users wishing to learn more about the technical aspects of the UK's digital terrestrial platform, including multiplex parameters details which was previously scattered across various websites from Digital UK to Ofcom. 

Technical guides on launching new multiplexes and services, particularly of interest to future local TV providers will appear on the site soon.

The site reflects the design of switchover organisation Digital UK, who took over management of DMOL last year on behalf of the multiplex operators BBC, Digital 3&4, ITV Plc (SDN) and Arqiva.

DMOL will be the focus of attention in the next few weeks when it announces how it intends to reshuffle channel numbers on Freeview in the autumn.

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