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Orry Verducci1,588 posts since 1 Feb 2005
Network Six has just started it's 2007 Franchise Round, and everyone is invited to take part. For those of you who aren't familiar with NetSix, it is a role play TV network game in which members bid for and run a 'sixth' terrestrial television channel. If you are familiar with the APFS Network/6-Net, you are familiar with NetSix, as they are the same thing (just a new name and a new network chairman/site admin follwing APFS' closure).

All the franchise are up for grabs, plus submissions for NetSix digital channels are also welcome (although it is much easier to get a franchise then a digital channel). It doesn't matter if your new to the network or not, all you need is the ability to make schedules and a bit of imagination (plus good mocking/graphical skills is a plus).

More information about how to make a submission, plus the network rules, can be found at the announcement on our forum at: http://www.networksix.co.uk/forum/announcements.php?aid=7

For your convenience, here is a full list of franchises:
Central Scotland
North West Scotland
East Scotland
Northern Ireland
Scotland/England border and Isle of Man
North East England
Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
North West England
Wales
The Midlands
East Anglia
London Weekday
London Weekend
South and South East England
South West England
The Channel Islands
The National News and Breakfast
Official Network Second Channel Franchise
(currently an FTA movie channel)
TV Fetish1,735 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Orry Verducci posted:
Network Six has just started it's 2007 Franchise Round, and everyone is invited to take part. For those of you who aren't familiar with NetSix, it is a role play TV network game in which members bid for and run a 'sixth' terrestrial television channel. If you are familiar with the APFS Network/6-Net, you are familiar with NetSix, as they are the same thing (just a new name and a new network chairman/site admin follwing APFS' closure).

All the franchise are up for grabs, plus submissions for NetSix digital channels are also welcome (although it is much easier to get a franchise then a digital channel). It doesn't matter if your new to the network or not, all you need is the ability to make schedules and a bit of imagination (plus good mocking/graphical skills is a plus).

More information about how to make a submission, plus the network rules, can be found at the announcement on our forum at: http://www.networksix.co.uk/forum/announcements.php?aid=7

For your convenience, here is a full list of franchises:
Central Scotland
North West Scotland
East Scotland
Northern Ireland
Scotland/England border and Isle of Man
North East England
Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
North West England
Wales
The Midlands
East Anglia
London Weekday
London Weekend
South and South East England
South West England
The Channel Islands
The National News and Breakfast
Official Network Second Channel Franchise
(currently an FTA movie channel)


What about the West of England?
Orry Verducci1,588 posts since 1 Feb 2005
TV Fetish posted:
What about the West of England?

Sorry, there is a West of England franchise. I just forgot being that both West and South West are the same channel at the moment.