Read this: Local TV news consortiums will never make money, says Tinopolis owner |Media |guardian.co.uk
Summary: This view is unlikely to alter Conservative opposition to the government's plans to provide replacements for ITV's regional news services around the country, led by the shadow culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt, who has vowed to kill off the scheme if his party wins the general election later this year. Jones said that if Tinopolis won the Welsh IFNC pilot contract, any of the news content, from raw feeds to produced packages, would be made available, free, as a public service, to any organisation that asked for it radio stations, community broadcasters, websites or newspapers. In Wales Tinopolis is bidding on its own, without any partners. - guardian.co.ukwww.guardian.co.ukLocal TV news consortiums will never mak…
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