Jackpot247 - Netflix

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Jackpot247 - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2008-07-01

Jackpot247 - ITV (TV channel) - Netflix

ITV is a commercial television channel in the United Kingdom. Previously a network of separate regional television channels, ITV currently operates in England, Wales, Scotland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. From 2001 until 2013, the channel was called ITV1. In 2004, Granada Television acquired Carlton Communications to form ITV plc. ITV is the biggest and most popular commercial television channel in the United Kingdom. ITV and its predecessor channels have contended with BBC One for the status of the UK's most watched television channel since the 1950s. However, in line with other terrestrial channels, ITV's audience share has fallen in the era of multi-channel television.

Jackpot247 - ITV +1 - Netflix

On 1 September 2009 it was announced that ITV would get a one-hour timeshift on digital satellite and Virgin Media, on 1 October 2009, subject to the Competition Commission's ruling on the contract rights renewal system. However, on 18 September 2009, it was announced that ITV1 +1 had been postponed until further notice. Prior to this announcement, EPG data for the service had appeared on satellite. The Competition Commission delayed the final decision in its review of ITV's Contract Rights Renewal undertakings to the end of February 2010 because it had to consider the “significant” submissions it has received. On 19 January 2010, the Competition Commission delivered its provisional findings, ruling that audiences for both ITV1 +1 and ITV1 HD will be accredited to ITV1's commercial impacts. The Competition Commission recognised that the broadcaster had been deterred from launching new ways of delivering ITV1, because of the way media buying is currently conducted under the established contracts rights renewal (CRR) mechanism. However, the regulator rejected ITV's proposed removal of large elements of the “outdated” CRR Undertakings while maintaining an obligation on ITV to offer ITV1 airtime on “fair and reasonable” terms. The Competition Commission announced that such a change would leave the process too open to interpretation and that they were “not likely to be either practicable or effective in addressing the adverse effects of the merger”. On 12 May 2010, the Competition Commission stood by its provisional decision to retain the contracts rights renewal system – but it added that the mechanism should be dropped at some point and that the entire UK TV ad sales market needs a review. “ITV1 remains a 'must have' for certain advertisers and certain types of campaign,” said the chairman of the CRR review group at the Competition Commission, Diana Guy. “Despite all the changes in this market, no other channel or medium can come close to matching the size of audience that ITV regularly provides. So the essential reason for the CRR undertakings remains: to protect advertisers and other commercial broadcasters.” The ITV chief executive, Adam Crozier, said that the ruling was “out of touch and damaging for the interests of creative Britain”. He added that it was “unlikely” that ITV would look to seek a judicial review but that ITV would redouble its lobbying campaign for a liberalisation of regulation and “urgent modernisation” of competition law. But the commission said there was “virtual unanimity” among advertisers, media agencies, commercial broadcasters and trade bodies that CRR should be kept “in some form”. The commission confirmed that the CRR remedy should be broadened to include ITV+1 and ITV's high definition channels. On 27 July 2010, the House Of Lords confirmed plans to launch an inquiry into the television advertising market, which “paid particular attention” to the CRR mechanism. The Lords committee investigated the declining revenues that commercial broadcasters gain from the sale of advertising across their networks. The members also considered possible changes to current ad market regulation, including the CRR system, product placement rules and the scheduling and sale of advertising. The committee wanted to hear evidence on the current levels of regulation and what impact a relaxation of the rules could have had on the commercial broadcasting sector. Interested parties submitted written evidence to the inquiry on 24 September 2010, with oral evidence been heard in October. A written report was expected to follow in late 2010 or early 2011. On 3 August 2010, ITV plc announced the launch of ITV1 +1 would take place in Q1 2011, with BARB later reporting that the channel would be launched on 11 January 2011. In December 2010 full testing of all six regions began on satellite. ITV1 +1 was launched on 11 January 2011 on Freesat channel 112, Freeview channel 33, Sky channel 131 and Virgin Media channel 114. ITV1 broadcasts 22 different editions of digital satellite, but the timeshift service originally only transmitted six macro regional variants: London South East Macro (encompassing Meridian Broadcasting and Anglia Television) West Macro (encompassing Wales & West and Westcountry Television) Central Yorkshire/Tyne Tees Macro (encompassing Yorkshire Television and Tyne Tees Television) Granada/Border Macro (encompassing Granada Television and Border Television) On 1 March 2012, four additional variations were launched for the Anglia Television, Tyne Tees Television, West and Westcountry Television regions, with the South East Macro becoming Meridian Broadcasting, West Macro becoming Wales and Yorkshire/Tyne Tees Macro becoming Yorkshire Television. The channel was rebranded as ITV +1 on 14 January 2013 as part of the rebranding of ITV's television channels and ITV's online services.

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