Los clientes de Virgin Media se han quedado sin televisión después de que la empresa sufriera un apagón en todo el país.
El problema que comenzó alrededor de las 10:30 a.m. M. provocó que miles de espectadores informaran problemas.
La firma les dijo a sus clientes que sus ingenieros estaban trabajando para solucionar el problema, que afectaba a ciudades de todo el país, incluidas Londres, Birmingham y Manchester.
En una actualización reciente, la compañía dijo que había restaurado algunos canales.
The company said it had identified the fault and that its engineers were working hard to fix the problem.
“We have now restored several channels with customers who can watch BBC One, BBC Two, ITV, ITV + 1 and Channel 4. TV360 customers can also access the apps on their box,” the firm wrote.
“We are working to restore all channels as quickly as possible and we are continuing to work to resolve this this afternoon.”
strong levees and solid communication between them. But what underpins these various forms of defense against floods is one institution: the so-called “water boards” that have protected this flooded land for almost a millennium.
These partnerships are worth understanding for the way they combine local democracy, direct taxes and crystal clear transparency to put water at the very center of Dutch life. And the Netherlands is not alone. From the Ethiopian highlands to communities along the Danube, water managers around the world have borrowed aspects of the Dutch model for their own needs, improving the lives of thousands of people along the way. Other regions may soon be joining them as countries around the world grapple with the increasing flooding and flooding that comes with climate change.When Piet-Hein Daverveldt goes to work every morning, among the churches and cobblestones of the Dutch city of Delft, he feels that history is at his side. “Obviously, you are aware that you are next in line,” he says. “You leaned on the shoulders of many people in the past.” At 167 Oude Delft, it is easy to understand what he means. If you stop in this direction and look up, you will see the coats of arms, the delicate paneled windows, the majestic Gothic façade completed in 1505. This is the gemeenlandshuis of the city, translated as the headquarters of the local water board, where Daverveldt serves as president