Career Britton spent two years at drama school and three years as a theatre stage manager before her first broadcasting job with ITV's Westward Television, based in Plymouth, in 1979.
What does WTV stand for?
WTV stands for Westward Television (England, 1961-1981)
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- Western Township Utilities Authority (Canton, MI)
- World Trade Union Conference
- World Turned Upside Down (song)
- West Texas Urban Forestry Council (El Paso, TX)
- Workshop on Transformations in UML (Unified Modeling Language)
- Wuhan Technical University of Surveying and Mapping (China)
- Wakayama Telecasting (Japan)
- Warwick Television (Warwick University, England)
- Water Tank Vessel (US Navy)
- WebTV (Internet Device)
Samples in periodicals archive:
She eventually edited a young people's page and a women's page before moving into broadcasting with BBC local radio and Westward Television.
When I worked in regions I was motoring correspondent for Westward Television so I'd been around cars for a long time.
A group of shareholders in Westward Television has requisitioned an extraordinary meeting to oust chairman Lord Harris because of their "lack of confidence in the management of the company.
Darts first appeared on British TV in 1962 when Westward Television broadcast the Westward TV Invitational to the south-west of England.
On April 1, 1973, Westward Television produced an item featuring the village of Spiggot, which had refused to adopt the new decimal currency.
Originally intending to follow her father into acting, she spent two years at drama school and three years as a theatre stage manager before her first television job with ITV's Westward Television, based in Plymouth, in 1980.
But on her first day at Westward Television a wardrobe assistant told her never to wear anything sleeveless because of her "footballer's shoulders".