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Check out our Exclusive Interview with Keith Hayes Creator of "On the High Street"

This month we premiered the 8 part series of “On the High Street”, the show about the events that have occurred in one small UK town high street with over 1000 years of history and how it reflects many High Streets in many communities across the UK. We Interviewed TV filmmaking veteran Keith Hayes and find out about his longstanding TV career and the world-changing events that took place in “Lewes”

1. How Did You Get into Filmmaking?

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Curvy Is Real and We Love It


In times when media is overwhelmingly present in our lives, women are bombarded with multiple advertisements and messages displaying unrealistic body images, and can sometimes feel insecure about themselves, thinking they do not look like the models that are in the advertisements.

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It's all festive at the Community Channel!

Hello from all of us at the Community Channel!

It’s been as wild of a twelve months within the Channel as it has elsewhere, with our own year defined by breaking new ground and becoming the first national supporter-owned television channel, where hundreds of people came together and helped us secure our future.

To celebrate, we have packed this holiday season with the best possible array of entertaining and inspirational programming we can provide.

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We did it!

We beat our Crowdfunder goal and will become the nation’s first community-owned TV channel for social impact

We successfully raised over £390,000 through Crowdfunder – securing an additional £90,000 of revenue for the channel’s future plans versus the original target. 

We will now become the UK’s first community-owned TV, online and mobile brand dedicated to social impact. You have made this a reality!

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Community Channel campaign reaches 80% of target thanks to £50,000 pledge from Big Lottery Fund

Community Channel announced today that it had received a pledge from Big Lottery Fund to invest £50,000 in support of its campaign to create the first people-owned national TV channel. This brings the amount raised to £250,000 from 170 investors and includes a similar pledge of £150k from Sky last week.

The commitment from the Big Lottery Fund moves Community Channel closer to achieving its target of raising an immediate £300,000, enabling it to stay on air after the end of July. 

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