BBC announced today to launch five new subscription-free HD channels on Tuesday 10 December, just in time for the Christmas holidays. BBC Three HD, BBC Four HD, BBC News HD, CBeebies HD and CBBC HD will go live tomorrow.
BBC has launched its first HD channel 3 years before. BBC One HD was launched in 2010. BBC has launched many new HD channels in the past 15 months including BBC One Scotland HD, BBC One Wales HD, BBC One Northern Ireland HD and BBC Two HD. BBC had also promised to launch 5 new free HD channels before the end of this year. BBC keeps its promise.
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BBC has today announced to launch 5 new subscription-free HD channels on Tuesday, December 10th.BBC Three HD, BBC Four HD, BBC News HD, CBeebies HD and CBBC HD will go live tomorrow. All these 5 free channels will be available on Freeview HD, Freesat HD, YouView, Sky HD and Virgin Media. Viewers can also watch HD programs on these channels via BBC iPlayer.
BBC is rejoicing its viewers these holidays with subscription-free HD channels. Viewers can fully enjoy these Christmas holidays by watching highest quality HD programs via BBC iPlayer. They can enjoy Jack Whitehall’s Bad Education on BBC Three HD, the New Year’s Day concert from Vienna on BBC Four HD, breaking news and a chance to look back at 2013 on BBC News HD, A Christmas Carol on CBeebies HD or a Dumping Ground Special on CBBC HD. All the family can together enjoy high quality BBC HD programs this Christmas as all 5 new HD channels will broadcast the same programs as their standard definition equivalents in HD.
Tony Hall, BBC Director-General, says: “I am delighted that we’re able to launch our new HD channels in time for Christmas, when families gather together to enjoy some of the best TV from the BBC. This year, people will be able to watch even more of our programs in brilliant quality.”