Bristol, Avonshire, Wessex|
(19th February 1991)
|Headquarters||Bristol, Avonshire, Wessex|
|Products||Satellite Television, Broadband Internet, Landline Telephony|
|Employees||19,000 (2013 est.)|
LG Digitale is the second largest provider of subsricber Satellite Television in Wessex after Sky Wessex. LG Digitale's service is recieved by a minidish mounted above the building and connected to the television by the Digitale Set Top Box, with the initial dish and set top box instillation cost of ¥60. Additionally, the standard package for television begins at ¥37 a month.
The channels that make up the LG Digitale package are broadcast from the Astra Satellite at 19.2°E. Currently the standard LG Digitale package consists of XX channels, which extra channels and packages can be purchased, starting at ¥2.
|108||Kernow En Tele||Standard|
|118||BBC World News||Standard|
|125||Cyannal Fora HD||HD|
|126||Setanata Sports Wessex||Sports|
|127||LG Sportes 1||Sports|
|128||LG Sportes 2||Sports|
|133||Star TV Asia||Standard|
2013 Advertising Campaign
In 2013, LG Digitale, along with the rest of its parent company and subsidiaries underwent rebranding, including the launch of an entirely new television advertisement campaign. The new series of adverts, which began broadcasting on commercial television channels in Wessex in April 2013 feature a typical Wessen family living in Bristol, with the addition of a talking Golden Retriever, which gives advice to the family referring to Television, Broadband and Landline phone services and how to save money. The campaign follows the family through separate stages of life and the need for services provided by LG Digitale. The campaign features the tune of 'Mother We Share' by Scottish band 'Chvrches,' as the general theme tune.