The image on the left shows the dish sizes required and the black hole over part of the Balearics while the other shows signal strength in the UK.


Hundreds of satellite TV viewers got a shock last week when BBC moved to a new satellite, today it is the turn of ITV and more channels could be lost.

Palma.—Satellite TVviewers in the north east and east of Majorca have lost BBC1 and BBC2 while in Minorca, those who do not have super size dishes, have, in many cases, lost all channels and now,  the same fate could hit ITV channels today.
   The channels, Sean Connolly from Ocean satellites predicts, will be a group of problematic channels much weaker than the new BBC1 and BBC2 Wales current signal reception.
The doomed channels are ITV1 Wales, ITV1 West county East/ West, ITV1 border, ITV1 Tyne Tees, ITV1 Meridian, ITV1 Yorkshire West.


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