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Articles about Southern Independent Television

Technical operations

Published 27 January 2023

The technical side to getting television to your home… and to the transmitter

How the new look will change ITV

Published 22 September 2022

The franchise results are in. What will this mean for ITV in the 1980s?

Tuning in with the winners

Published 22 September 2022

Elkan Allan looks at what convinced the IBA to pick TVS, TSW and TV-am

Breakfast with Anna

Published 15 October 2021

The new ITV contracts are announced, to mixed reviews from the Daily Mirror

Pioneer

Published 11 October 2021

Richard Wyn Jones talks to ITV pioneer Roy Hayward, who worked at Aston, Teledu Cymru and Southern

Another chance to see… And it’s goodbye from us

Published 30 September 2021

A touching farewell that turned excruciating

ITV: the Programmes and the Companies

Published 27 September 2021

The ITA gives us a quick look at how ITV is organised in 1966

ITV’s Regional Strength

Published 9 October 2020

What makes ITV worth watching is regional programmes from your local station, says the IBA in 1976

Lockdown 6-pack II

Published 25 April 2020

Six more articles to read to keep your mind alert during the lockdown

Southern get switched off

Published 27 June 2019

Reading’s Evening Post rushes out a front page splash to announce that Southern TV has lost its franchise in 1980

Factsheet 1966: The Independent Television Authority

Published 9 August 2018

An introduction to Independent Television in 1966

Frost joins tycoons in shock ITV shake-up

Published 23 July 2018

The Daily Mirror reports on the decisions taken by the ITA in the ITV franchise round of 1967

A member of the Transdiffusion Broadcasting System
Liverpool, Monday 30 January 2023