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Electronic technology to serve the Grampian area

Published 5 October 2022

A tiny company serves the largest area thanks to modern technology

What makes LONDONERS tick?

Published 19 April 2021

Rediffusion’s last-minute attempt to get up close and personal with its region

The success of Hunt’s local TV

Published 9 August 2014

The UK’s new local TV network is shaping up well. Honest.

Local TV – “a bigger programme budget than Channel 5”

Published 16 February 2011

Every time I hear anything about Jeremy Hunt’s plans for a new local TV network, I have this tendency to roll my eyes and sigh. His dream of a network of local TV stations, broadcasting to cities and regions sounds all very grand and good – and desirable. Yet Mr Hunt seems oblivious to the fact that it almost inevitably seems dooned to faliure. Local TV has never worked in Britain.

Channel M job losses

Published 28 April 2009

Local TV hasn’t exactly had a particularly good start in the UK. Failed station followed failed station. Small scale ventures have risen in high profile, only to shatter not long after. Ofcom has a list of the stations, however several have never even launched.

Small-scale revolutions

Published 1 September 2001

David Hastings on local television

A member of the Transdiffusion Broadcasting System
Liverpool, Sunday 14 April 2024