| Transmission site : |
| Analogue Channel: 6 |
Discontinued Aug. 31, 2011
| Digital Channel: 21 |
Since Sep. 1, 2011
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Update - July 3, 2012: Please note that CBC/Radio-Canada is performing maintenance work on its Mount Royal transmitters which may cause intermittent service interruptions between the hours of 1:00 and 6:00 am. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
CBC Television in Montreal (CBMT-TV) has been broadcasting a digital signal over-the-air since February 21, 2005.
What should I know about digital over-the-air television?
Digital television is a new technology for the broadcasting of television signals. DTV signals are delivered to your television set in a stream of bits, whereas analog signals are transmitted by continuously varying radio waves. Compared to analog broadcasting, transmitting digital television signals is more effective and provides sharper picture, improved sound, and additional features to television viewers.
Visit the Canadian Heritage website to learn more about receiving an over-the-air digital signal.