Figures released by the TV Licensing Authority show that 13,000 families across the UK still have a black and white television in use - about 110 of which are in North Wales - despite nearly 46 years of colour transmissions.
What does TVLA stand for?
TVLA stands for TV Licensing Authority
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- Three-Valued Logic Analyzer
- Tilted Vertical Line Array
- Transurethral Visual Laser Ablation
- Transvestite Licensing Agency
- Treasure Valley Livestock Auction
- Trent Valley Literacy Association (Ontario, Canada)
- Tuned Vertical Line Array (sonobuoy)
- TV Land
- TV Linux Alliance
- Transurethral Visual Laser Ablation of the Prostate
- Travel Advance Payment
- Travel Allowance Advance
- Travel Allowance On Separation
- Texas Veterans Land Board
- Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade (coastal rescue service; Tyne and Wear, England, UK)
- Tanque Verde Lutheran Church (Tucson, AZ)
- Time-Variant Linear Channel
- Television Lighting Design (trademark of TVLD, Inc.)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But figures released by the TV Licensing Authority show that 85 people here in Newcastle still favour to get their on-screen entertainment in black and white.
The number of black and white TVs has fallen from 93,000 13 years ago to 13,202 today, say the TV Licensing Authority figures.
The TV Licensing Authority yesterday revealed some of the more ridiculous reasons given by those caught red-handed.
The TV Licensing Authority will have a very accurate database of those who returned their forms using the Welsh language.
The TV Licensing authority ruled all televisions in care homes must be covered by a licence.
The TV Licensing Authority has issued the warning ahead of forthcoming big sports fixtures which include Blues, West Brom and Wolves all bidding to return to the Premiership, the cricket World Cup in the West Indies, tennis at Wimbledon and the Masters Golf at Augusta.
Employees watching World Cup matches on the internet without a TV licence could land directors in court, as the TV Licensing Authority extends its World Cup clampdown to broadband and internet usage.