About ynuk.tv

ynuk-portrait-109x75ynuk.tv, is a community powered news channel which began broadcasting in May 2011.

The output offers diverse and creative video stories driven by the people.  It also has vibrant entertainment, life and style pages.

Many events, functions or activities in various neighbourhoods are newsworthy.  They may not fit into mainstream news broadcasts, but they can fit into YourNewsUktv.

This is why ynuk.tv is a fresh new network that has an output influenced by people in communities across the UK.

They help fill the content with varied, original items and videos.

ynuk.tv is proud to have stories that emerge from the nation’s neighbourhoods and offer news that tell the local story.

Your ideas, suggestions, comments are welcome   connect with us now:  ynuktv@gmail.com

Editor: Rosie Hayes

Began at ITN and embarked on a career that took me to various parts of the UK, Cuba, Russia and Qatar.

In the UK there was Sky News and BBC and its 24 hour news network.  In 2005 joined a small team in Moscow to launch a 24 hour English speaking news satellite channel Russia Today known as RT.

Made a final trip abroad in 2010 to Doha and spent a couple of months with Al Jazeera working in their 24 hour newsroom.

Now the world of online broadcasting became an exciting new challenge of  journalism and it led to developing YourNewsUKtv a new concept in community news.  We began broadcasting in May 2011

A HD channel with video content inspired by the people

All images and videos are copyright of their respective owner

Web design: Sean Hayes

sean@seanhayes.biz

 

9 Responses to “About ynuk.tv”

  1. Corinna November 2, 2015 at 11:22 am #

    Hi Rosie and colleagues,
    I saw the nice little video you made for the first Scottish assembly for democracy. We are in the countdown to the second London one – on November 14: chancellor John McDonnell & Natalie Bennett are speaking plus saxophone solo by a schoolgirl. See website for programme. Any chance of you / team filming it? I know it’s short notice but if you could / or know someone who can that would be brilliant! It is a free event. We would try to help with expenses if we possibly can.

    • YNUKTV editorial November 2, 2015 at 9:25 pm #

      Hi Corinna,
      How nice to hear from you.
      We are very interested in this event and plan to be there to cover and produce a video story from the occasion. So, please add me to your list of media guests. I am sure that closer to the date the PR machine behind John McDonnell will kick-in and spread the word to the media as he is hot news. I don’t think you will have trouble getting press coverage after that. The media has a horrible habit though of not informing the organisers until the last minute and that could mean just showing up on the day! If I can help with anything else please let me know.
      Kind regards
      Rosie

  2. Katerina Tiliakou August 28, 2016 at 5:50 pm #

    Hi everyone,
    I am an NCTJ Freelance Multiplatform Journalist. I am about to finish my MA in Journalism at Brunel University in September 2016. I want to be a broadcast journalist and I am looking for some experience at your channel voluntarily. Would it be possible?

    I am looking forward for your reply.

    Regards,
    Katerina

    • YNUKTV editorial August 28, 2016 at 7:16 pm #

      Hi Katerina,
      It would be great to help you out. Would it be best to have a meeting first?

      Rosie Hayes

  3. Katerina Tiliakou August 30, 2016 at 6:53 pm #

    Hi Ms Hayes,

    Thank you for your quick response. I would love to meet you in person.
    When will you be available?

    Regards,

    Katerina Tiliakou

    • YNUKTV editorial September 2, 2016 at 9:10 am #

      Hello Katerina, September 8 or 9 are free at the moment. Are you in London? We could meet at a central point.

      Kind regards
      Rosie

  4. Katerina September 21, 2016 at 4:17 pm #

    Hello Rosie,

    Sorry for the late reply. I have been to Greece to see my parents. I have a morning job during the weekdays. I am financially tied, as I am depending completely on myself. Would it be possible to work during the weekends?

    Kind Regards,

    Katerina

    • YNUKTV editorial September 21, 2016 at 5:51 pm #

      Hi Katerina,
      No problem. Well, weekends are easy for me and I’m around most of the time. So pick when it is suitable for you and we’ll take it from there.

  5. Katerina September 22, 2016 at 11:20 am #

    Hi Rosie,

    Can I come next Saturday, 1st October at 10am or any time that is suitable for you? Could you please text me on my personal email to talk for further details?

    Many thanks,

    Katerina

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