Community TV to reach 200,000 households

Ireland’s first community-run and advert-free channel will go on air on Wednesday with a mix of programmes from novice and experienced producers.

12th July, 2008

Ireland’s first community-run and advert-free channel will go on air on Wednesday with a mix of programmes from novice and experienced producers.

Dublin Community Television (DCTV) will broadcast 24 hours a day at channel 802 on the Chorus NTL digital cable network, reaching 200,000 households across Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Galway and Waterford.

The new channel will air dramas, documentaries, arts shows, magazine programmes, current affairs and adult education programmes.

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