21|11|08 - ofcom
Selkirk in the ITV Border region is now fully digital having completed the process of switching from analogue to digital TV.
The analogue versions of BBC One, ITV and Channel 4 were switched off completely in the area served by the Selkirk transmitter group and replaced with digital services.
It follows the first phase of switchover two weeks ago, when analogue BBC Two ceased transmission.
Switchover happened on Thursday with most areas receiving a digital signal around 6am.
Viewers will need to retune their set-top boxes to receive the full digital signal.
This can be done by pressing the menu button on your remote control and following the instructions.
Information on this process is also available in the set-top box instruction manual.
Digital Switchover is the nationwide programme to move all TV services from analogue to digital between 2008 and 2012.