London TV


London TV

Infobox TV channel
name= LONDON TV
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launch=2004
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share source= Not Known
owner= Visit London
former names=
replaced names=| web= [http://www.visitlondon.com/ www.visitlondon.com]
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Internet
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LONDON TV was a British digital TV channel shown on Sky Digital channel 199 (Eat Cinema) and is also narrowcast on many planes and hotels within London, in Black cabs via Cabvision and also over the internet. LONDON TV was produced by ETV and operated by Visit London, a private company limited by guarantee, whose role is to promote and market London to both leisure and business visitors.

After a brief guest anchor role, TV presenter/producer] Lesley Collier joined London TV full time in late September 2006. Lesley produced, wrote and presented all of London TV's content, and replaced Jonell Elliott as anchor in March 2007. Lesley left London TV in November 2007.

Last Presenter

*Lydia Kimmerling

Past Presenters

*Lesley Collier
*Georgie Palmer
*Georgie Roberts
*Jonell Elliot

External links

* [http://www.visitlondon.com/ "Visit London"]
* [http://www.lesleycollier.com/ Lesley Collier - Official Website]
* [http://www.jonellelliott.co.uk/ Jonell Elliott - Website]


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