Television in Northern Ireland is available using, digital terrestrial (known as Freeview), digital satellite (from Sky & Freesat) and cable (from Virgin Media).

Analogue terrestrial used UHF 625 lines, in common with the rest of the UK, although transmission ceased in October 2012, as part of the UK Digital Switchover. Northern Ireland was the last region to switchover, in a process which coincided with the switchover in the Republic of Ireland. Both the analogue and digital networks are managed by Arqiva .

Regulation of the broadcasting and telecommunications sector is regulated by OfCom


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One of the most famous TV shows is filming in NI.

The hit HBO series is drawing fans to Northern Ireland, where key scenes from the show are filmed.

The Northern Irish home base of Game of Thrones isn't the only location to benefit from the massive production. The ancient Moroccan city of Ouarzazate is said to have had a 100% increase in bookings after becoming the face of Yunkai and Pentos

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