It’s been a moderately lengthy 11 years since BBC One HD launched again in November 2010, and the broadcaster has now confirmed that regional variants of BBC One will likely be broadcast in HD from 21st October.
What does that imply? Properly, for starters, all 12 English areas and one other three sub-regions will likely be out there in HD on platforms together with Freeview, Freesat, and Sky. Meaning no extra annoying rolling caption advising viewers to retune for his or her regional information present following the primary information at 1pm, 6pm, and 10pm.
Whereas viewers in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Eire are already having fun with HD variations of BBC One, it’ll be a welcome change for viewers who’re fed up with having to seize the distant to swap over.
The brand new replace was noticed by Twitter account @back_the_BBC, who observed a listing of all of the regional variations of BBC One for 21st October. Higher late than by no means, we suppose.
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