Some TV stations will need retuning

IF YOU have been having trouble with your television reception, you're not alone.

Ipswich station frequencies will be reshuffled today, requiring households to retune their TV units, set-top boxes and digital recorders.

As the final step in moving Australia to digital-only television, channels will be restacked to free up 126 megahertz of broadcasting spectrum to make way for the next generation of communications, including super-fast mobile broadband on the 4G network.

SBS and community stations including Bris31 will be directly affected and will change frequencies.

For most systems press the menu button on your remote and follow the prompts to retune.

For details about the retune, visit digitalready.gov.au/retune or call the Digital Ready info line on 1800 20 10 13.



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