Digitale terrestre da risintonizzare: tutte le novità di fine giugno

Nuove modifiche a fine giugno al digitale terrestre: ecco tutte le novità delle variazioni dei canali che interessano il nord Italia


Veronica Nicosia Giornalista scientifico

Laureata in astrofisica, giornalista scientifico e content editor SEO, scrive di tecnologia per magazine online e carta stampata. Nel 2020 approda a Libero Tecnologia

A fine giugno arrivano nuove modifiche al digitale terrestre con l’avvicinarsi dello switch-off al nuovo standard DVB-T2. Users will find themselves having to retune their decoders in order to see the new channels and update those that have changed numbering.

The latest changes at the end of June mainly concern the regions of northern Italy, with changes to the Muxes of Piedmont, Liguria, Valle d'Aosta, Veneto, Lombardy and Emilia Romagna. The process of changing frequencies and channels is a phenomenon that takes place at local, regional and national level and every week new changes arrive that require retuning. As for the switch-off, however, the dates of the transition to the new standard are getting closer and closer. Next September 1, 2021 all national broadcasts will switch to MPEG-4 encoding, while then from June 21 to 30, 2022 all digital terrestrial transmissions will be broadcast in the DVB-T2 standard throughout the country.

Digital Terrestrial: what's new in Piedmont

In the last weekend of June, changes are reported in the digital terrestrial of Piedmont, where with the update of the channels of the Mux Rete 7 arrives at LCN 585 Lombardia TV 585, which carries the programming of Lombardia TV.

In addition, the composition of the channels of the Mux Sesta Rete has been updated, which requires to make a new search, both manual and automatic, of the channels in order to see the update.

Digital Terrestrial: what's new in Liguria

In Liguria, the changes affect the Mux Liguria TV and the Mux Telecupole, with the addition to channel 246 of the broadcaster Maria Vision, which broadcasts in SD.

Changes also for the Mux STV, where at channel 172 STV Story arrives, while at LCN 285 we find STV Sport and at 652 the broadcaster Amaliguria.

Digitale terrestre: news in northern Italy

In general, the changes of the week have affected northern Italy, concentrating in the regions of Valle d'Aosta, Piedmont, Liguria, Veneto, Lombardy and Emilia Romagna. The most important change concerns the Mux Studio 1, where Channel 239 has been added to the position 239, which is broadcast instead of ZTV in H.264.

To see all the changes and continue to enjoy digital terrestrial television, all you have to do is retune your decoder and update the channel numbering while waiting for the next changes.