One Way TV to start broadcasting in Digita’s network on channel 30
The new, free One Way TV channel will start broadcasting on Digita’s terrestrial network channel 30 at 7.00 p.m. on 1 March 2020.
One Way TV was founded by Finnish missionary organisation One Way Mission with the purpose of spreading the good word about Christ, supporting spiritual growth and sharing information about missionary opportunities around the world. The channel covers 98 % of terrestrial households and will be broadcast in multiplex E. The channel will initially broadcast content from 7.00 to 8.00 p.m. on Saturdays and 7.00 to 8.30 p.m. on Sundays.
Digita Info is here to help
About half of the Finnish television viewers are watching broadcasts over Digita’s terrestrial network. You can check a channel’s coverage area from Digita’s map service at www.digita.fi/karttapalvelu.
The One Way TV channel was added to Digita’s terrestrial television network on 5 February 2020 and can be tuned now to be ready for the broadcasts starting on 1 March 2020. Most receivers automatically search for new channels, but some televisions or set-top boxes may require you to re-tune the channels or restore the factory settings. Instructions on performing channel searches can be found on Digita’s website at www.digita.fi/kanavahaku or in the device’s user manual. Digita Info is open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at +358 20 411 7676 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
One Way Mission, Tapani Suonto, tapani.suonto(a)onewaymission.fi
Digita Oy, VP, Broadcasting, Pekka Mattila, tel. +358 40 545 1309, pekka.mattila(a)digita.fi
One Way Mission ry was born in Finland out of the dream of a few ordinary people wanting to help their neighbour and spread the Gospel. OWM began its mission with the launch of the Friday for Christ campaign in Helsinki in 1983. As the association’s work branched out into new fields in Finland and abroad, it adopted the name One Way Mission ry.
Digita owns and operates Finland’s leading terrestrial network for nationwide TV and radio transmissions, and is the country’s largest independent owner of telecommunication masts. The company is a provider of digital software and services. Digita’s services include telecommunication masts, data centre and IoT services, and broadcasting services for the future. Digita provides services to Finland’s largest mobile phone operators, internet and media companies, infrastructure enterprises and real estate owners. Digita employs 180 experts across Finland. www.digita.fi