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ITV

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ITV

(1) See Internet TV and interactive TV.

(2) (iTV) Apple's TV technology (see Apple TV).
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Six ITV regions - LWT, Anglia, Meridian, Tyne Tees, Granada and Yorkshire - will be taking part in the search with viewers choosing their favourites.
ITV and the ITV regions will broadcast 15 regional matches live each season.
Ambushed backstage at last week's National Television Awards and asked to read out "trails" for various ITV regions, poor old Trev apparently didn't even smell a rat (or any other small whiskery creature) when an extra from Braveheart came on spouting unadulterated Rab C Nesbitt and a cardboard cut-out kilt was placed in front of him.
Their trip to Kiev to play Dynamo on Wednesday (live in most ITV regions at 7.
Wimbledon's tough quarter-final trip to Bolton will be on Carlton and other ITV regions later (10.
Tiswas began life as a Midlands-only show in 1974 though, by the late 1970s, it had been taken up by almost all ITV regions - Tyne Tees was the last to sign up, in 1981, just in time for its final series (their viewers missed out on so much
But Dan Gosling, whose previous goal against Liverpool - a winner live on TV for Everton in an FA Cup replay five years ago - was not seen on several ITV regions that went early to an advert, replied after 57 minutes.
Launched in the | Midlands only on January 5, 1974, the final show - No 302 - was broadcast across most ITV regions on Saturday April 4, 1982.
After launching in the Midlands only on January 5, 1974 the last show, No 302, was broadcast across most ITV regions on Saturday, April 4, 1982.
There was also a move to less autonomy within the ITV regions and no longer a need for so much local programming.
England are playing a friendly football match shown on all ITV regions except Scotland.
No other ITV regions would touch it and I think it got about eight viewers in Tyne Tees (seven if me and my mate were out as he was taping EastEnders).