A second film on Ireland in 1976, called Curious Journey, was withdrawn by the commissioning company, Harlech Television, until Griffith bought back the rights from the company and showed it four years later.
What does HTV stand for?
HTV stands for Harlech Television (Wales, UK)
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We have 41 other meanings of HTV in our Acronym Attic
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- Holy Trinity United Methodist Church (Danvers, MA)
- Harvard Trade Union Program
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- H-II Transfer Vehicle
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- Health, Taste, Vitality (website)
- Heat Transfer Vinyl
- Heavy Tactical Vehicle
- Heavy Transport Vehicle (Pakistan)
- Heidenheimer Tarifverbund (German)
- Hoops Television
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- Hypersonic Technology Vehicle (aircraft)
- Hypersonic Test Vehicle
Samples in periodicals archive:
Originally called Harlech Television in 1970s after its founder chairman Lord Harlech,it soon adopted simply HTV.
Sir Harry was a programme consultant to Harlech Television, although he was not brought up as a Welsh speaker.
The channel was originally called Harlech Television in the 1970s after its founder chairman Lord Harlech, but soon switched to HTV.
Harlech Television won the ITV franchise for Wales and the West of England from TWW in 1967.
HTV, which was originally called Harlech Television, starts broadcasting across Wales and the west of England in 1968.