It’s 15 years since digital terrestrial television broadcasts began in Britain. From its initial reception that ended in commercial failure, the subsequent launch of Freeview, the process of analogue switchover, the arrival of high definition and the advent of more local channels can be seen as a great success, with four out of ten homes in the United Kingdom still reliant on an antenna for their only television service. So where will television be in a further 15 years, given the rapid pace of change in technology? Will the rooftop aerial still remain relevant to television, or will the demands of mobile connectivity put more pressure on this precious spectrum? What is the long-term vision? As ever, informitv would be interested in your views.