A snapshot of how Independent Television was progressing in late 1959
Ulster Television Ltd.
Havelock House, Ormear Road, Belfast.
1 Hanover Square, London, W.1.
Hyde Park 7222
Provides programmes during the whole week in the Northern Ireland Region when the Authority’s new transmitting station at Black Mountain opens in the Autumn of 1959.
Author: Independent Television Authority
The ITA was established in 1954 to select the Independent Television programme contractors and broadcast their output to the UK and the Channel Islands. In 1972 it was given responsibility for radio and renamed the Independent Broadcasting Authority. It closed in 1990 when the commercial television and radio system in the UK was effectively privatised.
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