Black Hill transmitting station

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The Black Hill transmitting station is a facility for FM and TV broadcasting at Black Hill, on Duntilland Road, Salsburgh, North Lanarkshire, Scotland which is near the town of Airdrie.wikipedia
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Airdrie, North Lanarkshire

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The Black Hill transmitting station is a facility for FM and TV broadcasting at Black Hill, on Duntilland Road, Salsburgh, North Lanarkshire, Scotland which is near the town of Airdrie.
The area of land granted by the Charter is clearly defined by direct reference to geographical and topographical features thus: Dunpeldre by its right boundaries, namely with Metheraugh and Mayeuth and Clarnephin as far as Dunduffes in the east. The name Dunpeldre is found in the modern name Drumpellier; Metheraugh is now Medrox; Mayeuth is now Myvot; Clarnephin refers to the North Calder Water in the east of the parish (from old Brittonic name claur n afon meaning plain of the river); and, finally, Dunduffes has become directly translated into the modern Black Hill which, as the Charter states, lies at the eastern extremity of the parish.

Salsburgh

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The Black Hill transmitting station is a facility for FM and TV broadcasting at Black Hill, on Duntilland Road, Salsburgh, North Lanarkshire, Scotland which is near the town of Airdrie.
Salsburgh is the locale of the twin BlackHill Transmitters due to its high position towering above the M8 motorway opposite the church.

Arqiva

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It was built, by the Independent Television Authority (ITA), in 1957 and is now owned and operated by Arqiva.

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The station launched on 6 June 2010, initially broadcasting on Freeview channel 51, from the Black Hill, Keelylang Hill and Bressay transmitters, and now broadcasts from all post-digital switchover transmitters in its coverage area.

Kirk o'Shotts transmitting station

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It subsequently became the main national FM transmitting station for the area, although that role is now filled by the nearby site at Black Hill.

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The Black Hill transmitting station is a facility for FM and TV broadcasting at Black Hill, on Duntilland Road, Salsburgh, North Lanarkshire, Scotland which is near the town of Airdrie.

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The Black Hill transmitting station is a facility for FM and TV broadcasting at Black Hill, on Duntilland Road, Salsburgh, North Lanarkshire, Scotland which is near the town of Airdrie.

Antenna (radio)

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It has a guyed mast tall, bringing the antennas to a height of above sea level.

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It was built, by the Independent Television Authority (ITA), in 1957 and is now owned and operated by Arqiva.

Selkirk transmitting station

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The original 750 foot mast was then dismantled and later used at the Selkirk transmitting station in the Borders where it still stands.

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