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TALKLIVERPOOL, THE HISTORY OF THE CREATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE LOCAL TV CHANNEL

It is difficult to imagine modern life without such information benefits of civilization as television, the Internet and social networks. In this article, we will tell you about Liverpool’s local TV channel TalkLiverpool. It performs many functions, including informative, cultural and educational, integrative, etc. Learn more about the history of the creation and development of this TV channel at liverpool-future.

What do we know about TalkLiverpool?

TalkLiverpool is a well-known local TV station serving areas of Liverpool. It was launched in 2011 and offered video-on-demand services and created local content. However, at that time, it was called Bay TV Liverpool. In 2013, the company received a local television license from Ofcom to broadcast a linear TV channel in the Liverpool City Region. It meant that the channel had the opportunity to broadcast ten hours of local programmes. In 2014, the station started broadcasting on Channel 8 and later moved to Channel 7.

In 2016, Made Television bought a TV station that was heavily in debt. In October 2016, it was opened under a new name, Made in Liverpool. Within a few months, the station began broadcasting on Sky and digital satellite platforms.

In 2018, Made in Liverpool ceased broadcasting on digital satellite and was replaced by the generic networked feed of Made Television.

Another name change took place in 2021. The channel received the name LOCAL TV Liverpool to become part of the Northern TV Network.

Programming: changes and development

As of 2018, the station’s only local programme was Merseyside Live. It was a four-hour block with local news and sports. Three years later, the channel became a simulcast of CBS Reality. These were not only local newscasts but also programmes by other Local TV Ltd stations.

It should be noted that in total Liverpool TV is to broadcast 35 hours a week of first-run local programming.

Development of television in Great Britain

Regular TV broadcasting began in Great Britain in 1936. It didn’t have any commercials. Many years have passed and today more than 480 channels are operating in the country. By the way, in total, there are six main owners who are responsible for the broadcast content. In general, TV channels produce 27,000 hours of internal content every year at a cost of £2.6 billion.

By the way, all television broadcasts in Great Britain have switched to digital format since 2012.

It should be noted that in the early stages of development, television combined optical, mechanical and electronic technologies for receiving, transmitting and displaying visual images. The electronic delivery of moving TV images appeared for the first time in 1878. It happened after the telephone was invented. In 1884, a young student, Paul Gottlieb Nipkow, patented the first electromechanical television system that used a scanning disc. However, this invention wasn’t used for a long time. The electromechanical TV system was applied after the invention of tube amplifiers.

Television became available even before the Second World War, but it was more of an experiment. After the war, black-and-white TV broadcasting was improved and gained popularity in the USA and later in Great Britain.

This is the history of the TalkLiverpool TV station and the development of TV in general. We hope that our article was informative and you learned more information about Liverpool.

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