ITV

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Group.png ITV  
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ITV.jpg
MottoMore than TV
Formation22 September 1955
Founder• Granada
• Carlton
HeadquartersLondon, United Kingdom
Leaders• Chair of ITV
• CEO of ITV
Typepropaganda
Staff6,273
Interest ofHilary Jones
Sponsor ofBlack Lives Matter, “COVID-19/Vaccine”, Food/Industry
British state media. Main rival of the BBC.

ITV is the main rival of the BBC. The main difference between the two is that ITV has ad breaks during broadcasting hours.

The acronym used to stand for independent television. Nowadays it is anything but independent.

Comparison with the BBC

ITV is not directly funded by the UK taxpayer unlike the BBC. The BBC is funded publicly through a TV license.

As the BBC is funded by the license fee, their programming is not interrupted by commercial breaks. A one hour programme on the BBC generally has a seamless (no breaks) total run time of 59 minutes.

Content

In December 2021, the GMB twitter account deleted a poll which showed a vast majority of respondents opposed mandatory Covid-19 vaccination. [1]

Coverage

Not much outside the status quo.

Pledges

Nowadays, the I in ITV stands for identity politics

A commitment to woke. Anti straight white male.[2]

Advertising

Subsidiaries

Pushback

On 23 August, anti vaccine passport protestors stormed the studios.[3]



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