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It was a great night for British TV last night (September 22nd), with the 71st Emmy Awards taking place in downtown LA’s Microsoft Theater.
Brits are spoiled for choice when it comes to TV and broadband providers, however, there are some that are considerably more expensive than others…
A new channel has been launched that will play Christmas movies every day from the 10th September right up until the end of the festive season.
Dorothy Byrne, head of news and current affairs at Channel 4, believes that TV in the UK is no longer representative of the country’s population.
The latest report from Ofcom has found that online and on-demand TV services are changing the way in which people watch television.
Using more than one device while watching TV and often live tweeting to share views is a trend that has now been coined ‘social TV’.
Jeremy Hunt has suggested that it was fair that MPs are allowed to claim their TV licence as part of their expenses.
The BBC has recently announced the people over the age of 75 will no longer automatically be eligible for a free TV licence.
Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials book trilogy is set to hit our TV screens this year, produced for both the BBC and HBO. Read on to find out more…
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