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Sky Digital TV Awards 2004

(October 2004)

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A former member Anglia (East) Look East
The countdown is on to the Sky Digital TV Awards 2004. As the big day approaches, the question on everyone’s lips is: which stars, programmes and channels will be chosen by you – the viewers – as this year’s favourites? And you can watch the festivities by tuning into Sky One on 25th December (9.00pm). Make a date in your TV diary .





Nearly 1000 Sky Digital stars and personalities will gather in the Grand Ballroom at London’s Hilton Hotel, where this year’s hosts, Ed Hall, will be taking charge of our biggest Awards ceremony yet.


And we want you to enjoy the show and contribute to its success by casting your votes – plus, by voting, you could win a holiday in exotic Mauritius or a trip to Stockholm So tell us now which satellite channels, shows or stars you’ve enjoyed watching over the last 12 months. Voting closes on 6 March, so don’t miss your chance.


All you have to do is fill out the voting form.


Then tune in to Sky One on 25th December to watch the stars converge on the Grand Ballroom for this glittering event
FU
fusionlad Founding member West Country (West) Spotlight
Sky One unden posted:

Then tune in to Sky One on 25th December to watch the stars converge on the Grand Ballroom for this glittering event


Do we have to? On Christmas Day? Sad
JA
james2001 Founding member
I got a ver strange PM from him asking me to write about it. Looking at this I'm wondering how many of Sky One unden's "normal" posts have been cut & pasted from other websites!
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A former member Anglia (East) Look East
ITV is in negotiations to either sell or close down digital channels Plus and Men & Motors in the latest stage of its huge sell-off of non-core assets.

The company holds a 50.5% stake in the channels’ parent company, Granada Sky Broadcasting, and is talking with BSkyB, its partner, about bailing out of the operation.

Sky is one possible buyer for Men & Motors, which, in recent months, has moved toward more motoring than girls in its channel line-up.
The channel could also be saved from closure by a management buyout if staff could find the backing from a private investment company.

It is believed the other main digital player, Flextech, is not interested in Men & Motors, having already got the Bravo channel in its line-up.
Plus, however, appears destined for closure. Originally Granada Plus, it appears surplus to requirements with the impending arrival of ITV3 and ITV is tipped to move some of its best content to the new channel.

Another of the non-core assets owned by ITV, Carlton Screen Advertising, is widely expected to be accompanying the Granada channels out of ITV ownership, with chief executive Debbie Chalet having said a management buyout of the company, valued at £66m, is one option.

CSA has been the subject of major speculation this year, with former Carlton chairman Michael Green previously touted as a possible buyer for both it and the other cinema advertising company, Pearl & Dean, currently in the hands of SMG, which continues to insist it has no intention of selling its media assets.

ITV has already sold Carlton Books, for £3m, to a management buyout and made £162m by selling its stake in French media company Thomson SA in a selloff programme, which could raise a total of more than £500m.

Others on the “for possible sale” list include ITV’s 33% stake in Manchester United’s football channel MUTV and its 45% stake in Ireland’s TV3 channel.
UB
Uncle Bruce
For the love of God.
JA
james2001 Founding member
Sky One unden posted:
ITV is in negotiations to either sell or close down digital channels Plus and Men & Motors in the latest stage of its huge sell-off of non-core assets.

The company holds a 50.5% stake in the channels’ parent company, Granada Sky Broadcasting, and is talking with BSkyB, its partner, about bailing out of the operation.

Sky is one possible buyer for Men & Motors, which, in recent months, has moved toward more motoring than girls in its channel line-up.
The channel could also be saved from closure by a management buyout if staff could find the backing from a private investment company.

It is believed the other main digital player, Flextech, is not interested in Men & Motors, having already got the Bravo channel in its line-up.
Plus, however, appears destined for closure. Originally Granada Plus, it appears surplus to requirements with the impending arrival of ITV3 and ITV is tipped to move some of its best content to the new channel.

Another of the non-core assets owned by ITV, Carlton Screen Advertising, is widely expected to be accompanying the Granada channels out of ITV ownership, with chief executive Debbie Chalet having said a management buyout of the company, valued at £66m, is one option.

CSA has been the subject of major speculation this year, with former Carlton chairman Michael Green previously touted as a possible buyer for both it and the other cinema advertising company, Pearl & Dean, currently in the hands of SMG, which continues to insist it has no intention of selling its media assets.

ITV has already sold Carlton Books, for £3m, to a management buyout and made £162m by selling its stake in French media company Thomson SA in a selloff programme, which could raise a total of more than £500m.

Others on the “for possible sale” list include ITV’s 33% stake in Manchester United’s football channel MUTV and its 45% stake in Ireland’s TV3 channel.


Wil you please GO AWAY! And also PLEASE STOP PASTING STUFF FROM OTHER WEBSITES! You've already been banned once- get the hint and piss off.

It's a shame that the mods aren't doing anything to ban members like this. I've already had a few very odd PMs from him, I wish someone would do something about it.
UB
Uncle Bruce
I think everyone has lost interest in this site.

Do you need another mod or something?

Believe me, if you're short, let me at 'em.

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