CTVT’s Spectrum of Clients

CTVT has worked with schools, PRUs, local authorities, community groups, companies and corporations, with mental health, disability, ex-offenders and the marginalised.

Southwark Council

Safer Southwark Partnership

Dragon Cafe / Mental Fight Club

Sustrans

University of East London

Metropolitan Housing Trust

Community Action Network

Education In Human Values

St. Martin’s Estate

Lambeth E-Learning

Newham Young People’s Organisation

Young Parents Project

Creative Partnerships

STEP Theatre

Metropolitan Police

Southwark Pensioners Action Group

TACT Ltd

Dept of Health

Tangled Feet

South Bermondsey Partnership

Freewheelers Theatre Company

Surrey SATRO/Alcohol Awareness

Penwith DC

Cornwall Neighbourhoods For Change

Bede House

Dulwich Community Council

South London Gallery

Prendergast Vale College

Somali North East Education Trust

Lewisham PCT

SLaM NHS Trust

Cavendish School

Pelican TRA

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Rehearsals at Bede’s filmmaking project

Southwark.TV Report available for download

“An open-minded, fun and accessible community ‘TV’ service, run as a forum for debate, the supply of information and promotion of local initiatives, talent and needs, has a vital role to play in multi-cultural, multi-faith C21st century Britain. Digital/cable TV and new media will be playing their part in urban regeneration and social cohesion.”

Community TV Trust has for a long time led the way in innovative ideas about community media and the ways in which engagement can be achieved. Forseeing the rise of social media and online activity, the shift away from mainstream media access to portable screens and citizen journalism, the Trust founded and ran Southwark.TV. This project ran from a pilot in April 2003 until 2014 when the site was archived.

Chris Haydon, who founded CTVT, has written a history of the project from its initial germ of an idea all the way through the rise of the Internet, OFCOM, local TV and much more.

You can find it under the CTVT Projects menu or click HERE to read it.

Once you have read the report you can also browse the Southwark.TV website from HERE