York@54

York@54
Launched 2005
Closed 2011
Owned by EBS New Media
Availability
(at time of closure)
Terrestrial
Analogue UHF 54

York@54 was a regional free-to-air RSL television channel operating in York, England.[1] The number 54 came from the analogue channel frequency on which the channel broadcast from Askham Bryan water tower.[2]

Yorkshire underwent digital switchover in the third quarter of 2011, by which point most of the stations staff had long since left, with the channel mainly airing repeats. According to the station’s part-time manager, Phil Howden, the channel was only operating at that point in order to take advantage of any changes in TV broadcasting, with it being unlikely that many people knew of the station’s existence.[3]

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