The new Independent Television Authority (ITA) began its broadcasts with live coverage of a ceremony at the Guildhall marking the start of Britain''s first-ever commercially-funded television station.
What does ITA stand for?
ITA stands for Independent Television Authority
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Infamously the show ended in 1965 when the chairman of the Independent Television Authority, Charles Hill, paid a visit to STV's Glasgow studios during which he observed an edition of the popular daytime entertainment show .
It was completely barred from media exposure in the UK, banned by the BBC, Radio Luxembourg and the Independent Television Authority.
The new Independent Television Authority (ITA), began its broadcasts with live coverage of a ceremony at the Guildhall marking the start of Britain's first ever commercially-funded television station.
The network emerged after the 1954 Broadcasting Bill gave birth to the Independent Television Authority and allowed a commercial channel to compete with the BBC.
First it was the Independent Television Authority (ITA), then with the introduction of commercial radio the Independent Broadcasting Authority emerged (IBA) only to be split later into the ITC and the Radio Authority.
The Independent Television Authority was set up to supervise the TV companies and control advertising and the first transmission of the London ITV service began on September 22, 1955.
The Independent Television Authority decided that the series was unsuitable to be broadcast Northern Ireland because of controversial political connt.