Sheffield Live! TV - exclusive preview screening and breakfast networking

11th July 2014

Thursday, 24 July 2014 from 08:00 to 09:00 (BST) The Showroom Cinema, Paternoster Row, Sheffield Sheffield Live! Television (SLTV) is the new local digital TV channel for Sheffield, launching on Freeview channel 8, cable and the internet in autumn 2014.

Programmes on SLTV will inform, educate and entertain - providing what Sheffielders say they want from a local TV channel: Sheffield-specific news (and discussion about local issues); coverage of local music, sports, events and culture; and locally-made entertainment. We're hosting an exclusive preview of some of the programmes under development for Sheffield Live! TV. Join us for breakfast, a chat and a screening at the Showroom Cinema on 24 July 2014. Please book early - places will be limited! http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sheffield-live-tv-exclusive-preview-screening-and-breakfast-networking-tickets-5451066286

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