Television Reception in the South Fault Repaired - Friday 21st September
Published On:Friday, September 21, 2018
Since Monday of this week the Communications Commission (the Commission) has been aware of a problem affecting many television viewers in the South of the Island, who are served by the Port St Mary transmitter.
The issue involved poor signal and frequent dropping out of the non BBC channels on Freeview.
The Commission can confirm that the fault repair was completed at 3.25am on Friday 21st September.
Whilst it is hoped that all viewers will now have normal service restored, anyone who is still experiencing problems is asked to get in touch with the Commission on 677022 or firstname.lastname@example.org