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ITV (first known as Independent Television) is a public television broadcasting service in the United Kingdom. It was set up in 1955 by the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) to provide competition to the BBC.
History[change | change source]
ITV was first set up as one network of television stations and stayed that way until 2002. Then they were split into: ITV, ITV2, ITV3 and ITV4. These channels are also available in High definition.
Current ITV regions[change | change source]
Listed as they were originally named and as they are known now:
- Anglia Television (now known as 'ITV Anglia', broadcasting to the East of England)
- Carlton Central (now known as 'ITV Central', broadcasting to the English Midlands)
- Carlton / London Weekend Television (now known as 'ITV London', broadcasting to London)
- Meridian Broadcasting (now known as 'ITV Meridian', broadcasting to South West England)
- Tynee Tees Television (now known as 'ITV Tynee Tees', broadcasting to North East England)
- Granada Television (now known as 'ITV Granada', broadcasting to North West England)