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Gone but never forgotten

Published 19 March 2009

Simon Luxton on the end of regional names on ITV1

Paradise Lost: The ATV Centre Story – Part I

Published 23 September 2008

Goodbye to Broad Street

The popular and unpopular with TBS writers

Published 6 February 2008

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Cinema for television

Published 8 January 2008

From ITC to Euston…

A Thames Special

Published 3 September 2005

What was it that made Thames stand out?


Published 3 September 2005

How the unions ruined Thames and destroyed themselves

Missing the river

Published 3 September 2005

The loss of Thames damages ITV

Whither ITV?

Published 1 November 2004

Andrew Bowden sees a post-analogue future


Published 24 May 2004

London is dead

Who killed the continuity announcers?

Published 24 May 2004

We ask the question


Published 24 May 2004

Modernity vs those things that have always been done

The generic chainsaw

Published 24 May 2004

ITV’s bulk presentation is bad for you

Indepth on Central Independent Television

Published 24 May 2004

The Cake


Published 24 May 2004

Never known

Nevermind: Carlton Television

Published 24 May 2004

The franchising-winning symbol that never was

London’s news

Published 1 January 2004

No more London News Network.

Big Brother’s Bigger Brother

Published 7 October 2003

Russ J Graham on those who have been kicked out of ITV

Into the firing line

Published 18 March 2003

Broadcasters are under the closest scrutiny they have been under in years

Ever Decreasing Circles

Published 1 February 2003

Say goodbye to ATV Centre and hello to oblivion

Paying Up

Published 1 February 2003

Getting to keep your box after all

Undoing the inevitable

Published 1 January 2003

Carl Ellis wants to unpick the Carlton-Granada tie-up

Paradise Lost

Published 1 January 2003

The centre of Birmingham and its Centre

The List

Published 1 January 2003

All the stations, all the times

The empire strikes back

Published 1 January 2003

Taking your box home with you

A merger too far

Published 1 January 2003

One ITV multiplies the business risks, says Ian Beaumont


Published 1 December 2002

ITV will soon be effectively unregulated says Andrew Bowden

Branding Sacred Cows

Published 1 July 2002

How ITV1 was always going to be an error

Know future

Published 1 June 2002

Stephen Hopkins on the mess ITV has made for itself

Major Merger

Published 1 June 2002

James Barrington rues a single English ITV

Monkey business

Published 1 June 2002

David Hastings writes on the depressing future for ITV1

Another fine mess

Published 1 April 2002

ITV Digital goes into receivership

A national future

Published 1 February 2002

Ian Beaumont summarises a debate about regional branding


Published 2 January 2002

Damien Cahill on football’s recovery

Corporate manslaughter

Published 1 January 2002

Carl Ellis can’t remember being confused by Central

Never Go Home Again

Published 1 January 2002

Dafydd Hancock on why dead stations never return


Published 1 December 2001

Trouble up t’mill at ITV Digital

All Change

Published 1 September 2001

Colm O’Rourke recalls the last franchise round

Redraw the map

Published 1 September 2001

Regions and how they work now

Missing the river

Published 1 September 2001

James Barrington on the harm done to ITV by the loss of Thames

No Logo

Published 1 September 2001

Ian Beaumont on the death of regional ITV

With a whimper

Published 1 September 2001

Ian Beaumont watches ITV slide out of the running

Words and Pictures

Published 1 September 2001

Russ J Graham looks under ‘C’ and finds a rude word

1990 and all that

Published 1 September 2001

James Pittman says there was another way

Out of time

Published 1 June 2001

ONdigital becomes ITV Digital. It’s doomed anyway.

Through the day

Published 1 December 1999

Exploring the art of the announcer – past and present

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