The has quietly spruced up its HD channel after campaigners complained that the quality of the hi-def feed wasn’t sufficient. Although the tweaking happened a few weeks ago, it has only come to light now that improvements have been made, with John Temperley, of the HD Campaign, contacting What & Digital TV magazine, explaining : “We are pleased to see that after nearly a year of campaigning, BBC HD has taken these measures and, as we expected all along, the results have been a significant improvement in picture quality. “We feel these improvements vindicate our campaign, which will now continue with attempts to move the BBC to a Full HD service with a resolution of 1920×1080.

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BBC HD gives hi-def signal a face-lift