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BBC will Launch 5 New Freeview HD Channels by Early 2014

Jul 16 2013, 7:03am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

BBC will Launch 5 New Freeview HD Channels by Early 2014
 
 

The BBC is ready to roll out five new HD channels by the beginning of 2014. These free view channels are BBC News, BBC Three, BBC Four, CBeebies and CBBC. The launch of these exciting novel channels will appease the viewers’ passion for crystal clear images that are more real than reality itself.

The BBC has a quality-conscious image as a rational and information-rich network. But now several of its channels are going to get a makeover that will leave them super-exciting and a wonder to behold. According to BBC News, five new channels will be provided to UK viewers without any need to subscribe. They are: BBC News HD, BBC Three HD, BBC Four HD, CBeebies HD and CBBC HD. The channels will offer in HD what the regular channels already provide. However, a further ten and a half days worth of viewing material will be available as a bonus by the new service. Within half a year the BBC Trust will be given the options and schedule of the whole campaign for approval.

Several other HD channels from other places within the UK had already been launched. With the addition of these fantastic five, the viewership ratings will hopefully double and treble. Also regional dialects have been taken into consideration and HD channels for Wales, Scotland and Ireland are in the works. The BBC as an age old institution has a huge loyal following not only in the UK or Europe but throughout the world. It is a bastion of the Information Age and keeps its viewers informed in depth regarding world events. This step taken by the “Beeb”, as it is lightheartedly called, is commendable indeed. 


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