I agree with what's being said about Arise News being the worst digital channel ever in the UK. The owner really has some neck in not paying his staff members a weekly wage or even a salary. It is a disgraceful carry on to continue this farce.
These journalists who work there should not be tolerating this any further because they know they are in a professional job have better worth elsewhere rather then being stuck of thinking of having no further prospects of moving on to a newer position. There are cuts being implemented in some of the major TV news organisations like the BBC & Al Jazeera but a better job has to be gotten somewhere for them in other media organisations that will take them on.
I still can't believe that Michael WIlson, who was a well respected Business Editor on Sky News a long time ago, is being stuck on an awful channel like Arise News. He is the only UK Journalist I have seen on there. He is an extremely good business journalist on TV. I just feel that he is being undervalued at the station by not being paid a salary for his work.
I have a feeling he should leave the station and I will say that for the rest of the staff members who work there as well.
And Obaigbena decided to take the piss on the High Court by forming a new firm related to Arise News - the old firm had finances upwards of
TMTV is a top contender for one of the worst channels Freeview has ever witnessed. For an adult channel, it sure has managed to screw up with stream times of
3am to 9am
, the latter three hours when kids would be watching CBBC, CBeebies and CITV. Add in the various licence breaches (too cringeworthy to talk about) and it finally died off when Ofcom finally had enough.
Quiz Call is another one of those channels that would be nothing but actual physical cringe at best.
Moving on to pay TV, Sky2 isn't one of the worst, but it's so rundown and far behind the times, that I actually wonder why Sky still operate the channel. Sky Living, Atlantic and Arts managed to supersede Sky2 as worthy sister channels to Sky1, and Catch Up TV has rendered the Sky1 repeats on Sky2 utterly useless. The lack of self promotion sums it all up as well.
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