Chris Blackhurst from the London Evening Standard and Independent, discusses newsroom integration and London Live, a local TV station launching in March
Andrew Mullins on how the Evening Standard newsroom will provide round-the-clock news coverage for London Live, the local TV channel it will run
The new channel will be called London Live and is expected to be received in 4 million homes
Ofcom also opens applications today for the 21 local TV channels to be launched in the UK
Culture secretary says if the newspaper industry can formulate a structure which the public can have confidence in, he will look at whether this could regulate content across platforms
Feasibility study finds 'at almost all locations there is space on the masts near or at the heights assumed' by Ofcom's coverage proposals
The regulator has named the cities it will advertise licences for if proposed legislation on local TV is passed by Parliament
Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt asks broadcasters and audiences to argue why their town or city should be selected
Former regional editor for Edinburgh replaces Iain Hepburn at the helm of the hyperlocal network
Culture secretary said today following a consultation that individual stations with local licenses may be more feasible that a national network channel
Broadcaster confirms it has 'expressed an interest in operating the national backbone that would underpin a local TV network'
TV company has emerged as the latest contender for the license to run 'Channel 6'
Announcing financial results for 2010, Scottish broadcaster said it was on track to add more hyperlocal sites in the rest of Scotland over the next 18 months
Hyperlocal network from Scottish broadcaster STV has now gone live in six local authority areas across
Johnston Press chief executive John Fry has warned against the idea of a long-term public subsidy for a planned £25 million-a-year local TV network
Oxbox will be produced 'in the same light' as Witney TV, covering positive stories across the the county
New national channel will provide local news and information via a number of regional services
Report commissioned by culture secretary Jeremy Hunt suggests local content could be delivered via digital TV in the short term and via internet TV services in the future
Defence, public sector jobs and the retirement age may have made the headlines, but how will cuts to the BBC and local councils and new broadband services affect local media?
MPs examine issues raised in DCMS select committee local media report
Local TV platform is in talks with 78 interested parties, including a newspaper group
Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt changes his plan from a centralised service to a network of stations for local TV
Community purists fear 'Channel 6' will become just another national channel while others are sceptical of plan's commercial viability
Channel 6, which is reportedly planning on bidding for the new national TV network, has plans underway to work with both Sunderland and Cardiff University
Local Television Network is planning on bidding for a new national TV network announced by Jeremy Hunt at the Oxford Media Convention
A new national television channel which will be devoted to providing local news and information via regional services, was announced by Jeremy Hunt
Department for culture, media and sport is considering an Ofcom report on ways the current system of public service broadcasting (PSB) might be changed
Plans for YouView, a new on-demand and internet-connected TV service have been criticised by local TV operators and production firms.
Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt intends to make the provision of local content a condition of the licences given to commercial broadcasters like ITV, Channel 4 and Five
A report on ways to establish new local TV services is due to be delivered to culture secretary Jeremy Hunt by the end of the month
Plans for local media include a relaxation of the rules governing cross-media ownership and for the first of Hunt's local TV stations to be licensed by summer 2012
New Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt tied his colours firmly to the local TV mast in his inaugural speech on the media and digital economy
Attempts to rush through plans for Independently Funded News Consortia before the general election, have failed
Scottish broadcaster STV has confirmed its bid in partnership with ITN and Bauer Media for the independently funded news consortia pilot scheme in Scotland
SFN's World Digital Media Trends 2007 has reported that local TV news is rated 'as the most important news source,' followed by the internet
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