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New DAB Transmitter for Scottish Borders

DAB multiplex operator Digital One switched on a new transmitter at Selkirk, Scotland, on 3 October.
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DAB multiplex operator Digital One switched on a new transmitter at Selkirk, Scotland, on 3 October.

With the new transmitter, about 78,000 people in the Scottish Borders region can now tune Classic FM, Virgin Radio, talkSPORT, theJazz, Core, Planet Rock, Capital Life and Oneword, as well as BBC national digital radio services: BBC 1Xtra, 6 Music, BBC 5 live sports extra, Asian Network, BBC 7 and the BBC World Service, along with BBC Radios 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 live.

The new transmitter is part of Digital One's plan to extend and improve its DAB coverage across the United Kingdom.

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