There are 34 Local TV channels have gone on air since November 2013 in Grimsby, London, Norwich, Nottingham, Glasgow, Brighton, Sheffield, Belfast, Bristol ,Cardiff, Leeds, Newcastle, Solent, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Oxford, Manchester, Cambridge, Lancashire, Swansea, Teesside, Dundee, Ayr, Aberdeen, Mold, Reading, Basingstoke, York, Kent, Salisbury, Guildford, Scarborough and Carlise. Norwich, Nottingham, Glasgow, Brighton, Sheffield, Belfast, Bristol ,Cardiff, Leeds, Newcastle, Solent, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Oxford, Manchester, Cambridge, Lancashire, and Swansea.
Broadcasting on Freeview channel 7 & 8 they are responsible for airing local content for specific regions across the country.
These channels are responsible for both providing up to date, local news coverage, and for broadcasting entertaining commercial content, relating closely to the communities where they are based.
From small beginnings Local TV has grown to become a player in mainstream television in Britain today. The first UK licenced local TV channel to launch was Grimsby on the 26th November 2013 followed by London Live on the 31st March 2014.
Local TV can offer a selection of routes for businesses to promote their brand, products and services on TV, from programme sponsorship, spot advertising, product placement and specialist contributors for feature programming.
AFP is a form of programme making that allows advertisers to play a part in the show itself, rather than to advertise around it.