Ofcom’s ‘digital dividend’ auction December 13, 2007 Guardian Ofcom has outlined plans for an auction of the valuable broadcast transmission spectrum that will be freed up by turning off the analogue TV signal in 2012. The freed-up spectrum will be suitable for services including ultra-fast wireless broadband, mobile television, more digital terrestrial TV channels, local TV, wireless microphones and low-power applications developed from wi-fi. Related Posts C4 launches programmes on demand Sky News axes Irish bulletins Online sales boom for UK About The Author DavySims Producer - Broadcaster - Podcaster - Writer - exBBC Editor - exTEDx Organiser. Author "Podcasting for Journalism Students", "Podcasting for Community Organisations" and "Firsthand Guide to Bled Slovenia" - all available on Amazon. Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.