Our TV chan­nel has got Kent cov­ered

A new tele­vi­sion chan­nel ded­i­cated ex­clu­sively to Kent launched this week

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - News, Sport And Entertainment Around The Clock -

KMTV is a unique part­ner­ship be­tween the Univer­sity of Kent and KM Me­dia Group, the pub­lisher of this news­pa­per.

It is the county’s first ded­i­cated tele­vi­sion chan­nel, de­liv­er­ing qual­ity news, sport and en­ter­tain­ment around the clock.

The cen­tre­piece of the sched­ule is Kent Tonight, an hour-long news pro­gramme broad­cast­ing from our state-of-the-art stu­dio at the univer­sity’s Med­way cam­pus ev­ery week day at 5.30pm.

Un­like other re­gional news shows, Kent Tonight fo­cuses ONLY on what mat­ters to the county – it’s made in Kent for Kent.

You can also watch sis­ter ra­dio sta­tion kmfm’s hugely pop­u­lar Break­fast with Garry and Laura ev­ery week­day from 6am as our cam­eras go be­hind the scenes in the stu­dio.

Some of KM Me­dia Group’s most well-known jour­nal­ists are fronting KMTV pro­grammes.

Busi­ness ed­i­tor Chris Price hosts Chris & Co while po­lit­i­cal ed­i­tor Paul Fran­cis brings you the best anal­y­sis of what is hap­pen­ing both here and in West­min­ster.

Pro­fes­sor Tim Luckhurst, head of the univer­sity’s Cen­tre for Jour­nal­ism, said: “Kent sport, Kent busi­ness and Kent pol­i­tics have never had such in­ten­sive and ded­i­cated cov­er­age.

“The KMTV team, a unique part­ner­ship be­tween the Univer­sity of Kent and KM Me­dia Group, is in­ter­ested in the sto­ries that mat­ter to you in a way that none of our ri­vals can be be­cause KMTV cov­ers Kent and nowhere else.”

KM Me­dia Group ed­i­to­rial di­rec­tor Ian Carter said: “We’re de­lighted to have launched KMTV. The part­ner­ship be­tween the univer­sity and the KM Group means we can cover the county in a way no­body else can match.”

For more in­for­ma­tion on KMTV, see the cen­tres of your What’s On

The KMTV news team will be bring­ing you Kent sto­ries for the peo­ple of Kent

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