STV Glasgow Goes to Air

STV Glasgow presenters

STV Glasgow goes on air at 1830 June 2. It is the first among a chain of local channels that will be broadcasting to communities in Glasgow and surrounding neighbourhoods. Local TV is expected to bring in investment and jobs to the area

Mustard TV Launches on Freeview Channel 8

Mustard TV Freeview Channel 8

The people of Norwich aare among the first to have their own TV Channel. On March 24 Mustard TV launched on Freeview Channel 8 at 5.30pm. Ofcom awarded the channel a license under the Government’s Local TV initiative aimed at offering closer links with communities

YNUKtv Poll – Local TV The Changing Face of Broadcasting?

Broadcasting in UK homes 2013

It is the year of the TV revolution. All eyes will be watching as London’s Local TV, London Live, goes to air March 31 joining others already broadcasting. Local TV is a government initiative for communities. What do you reckon – is it worth having? Let us know

YNUKtv – News That Inspires

YNUKtv news you won't see anywhere else

There are events in the community that make a good video story. So, why not share your ideas and let us know what’s going on where you are. Email ynuktv@gmail.com – your story could make our headlines. YNUKtv is a voluntary news channel

The Power of Local

Power of Local - Sarah Hall

A shift from national to local is fast becoming the landscape for news media, advertising and the business market in the UK. In Newcastle, a gathering to brainstorm hyperlocal business and spending agreed it was the way to go for the community

Local TV Brave Venture

ex BBC Chief and Local TV

The former head of BBC Greg Dyke believes the Government’s plans for Local TV are a Brave vision. While Jeremy Hunt was Culture Secretary he held a series of summits across the UK with the message that the government expected to have community television broadcasting in their homes by 2015

Local TV London A Channel for the Capital

Local TV London James Conway, Made In London

The London Local TV licence has been awarded to the Evening Standard’s bid led by Russian owner Evgeny Lebedev. There were five competing for the lucrative licence. Ofcom, the broadcast agency, made the announcement Feb 4,

Churches Losing Metal

Churches metal thieves

Police say Churches are among the many locations raided by thieves for precious metal that is later sold for huge profits. Valuable items and objects regularly disappear never to be found. Media student Keisha McDonald has this report

Local TV for Brighton

Local TV In Brighton community channel

Another Local TV licence has been awarded by OFCOM, this time to Southampton and a TV group called That’s Solent. One of the first to be given the go ahead to broadcast locally was the Latest TV in Brighton and Hove. YNUKtv caught them celebrating!

Brighton Bids for Local TV

Brighton production going on for local TV

Winners! The Latest.TV in Brighton has been successful in its bid to run TV for the community. Bill Smith who heads the channel said they are very, very proud to have the licence that will enable them to broadcast programmes offering local news, entertainment and sport; Meet the team from Brighton!