Kent County Council to create broadband TV channel
Promotion of different areas of the UK is a competitive field, and it seems Kent Country Council is going one stage further by setting up an Internet based television station accessible by broadband users.
BBC News Online is reporting that the two-year pilot scheme is expected to cost £200,000 to set-up and £600,000 a year to run. It seems the aim of the station is to benefit tourism, inward investment and education throughout the county.
The station is expected to go on air in September 2007, and will carry advertising to help pay the running costs.