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Utv Tv Hd New Frequency 23.08.2020 – MeerSat All About Satellite Information

Utv Tv Hd New Frequency 23.08.2020

The governing body of the Independent Television network, the Independent Television Authority, first advertised the franchise for Northern Ireland in September 1958.[2] Two consortia applied for the franchise; one led by the Duke of Abercorn and supported by The Belfast Telegraph and The Northern Whig newspapers, the other led by the Earl of Antrim and supported by The News Letter and Sir Laurence Olivier.[2] The ITA eventually persuaded both applicants to merge their bids to obtain the new franchise, on the provision that a greater stake of investment in the station was offered to Catholic sources.[2]
With the ITA request met, the group, under the name Ulster Television Limited, set out their plans for broadcasting; initially, the station would try to provide 20 minutes of locally sourced programmes per day, and the company arranged with ABC Television to sell advertising time and to maintain their studio premises at a former hemstitching warehouse in Havelock House on the Ormeau Road in Belfast.[2]
UTV (formerly Ulster Television) is a British free-to-air television channel owned and operated by ITV plc as part of the ITV network (Channel 3).[1] Formed in November 1958 and appointed as programme contractor for the Independent Television Authority soon after, UTV became the first indigenous broadcaster in Northern Ireland.[1]
UTV was sold by UTV Media plc (now known as Wireless Group and part of News UK) to ITV plc in February 2016.

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