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People throughout our region are still hanging on to their treasured black and white TV sets.
Norwich is to get a new television station, as part of a government drive to deliver more local programmes.
A new television station in Norwich has taken to the air for the first time. It's been launched as part of a government drive to deliver more local programmes.
Mustard TV is the second local station to launch out of 19 planned across the UK but it is the first one created entirely from scratch following the allocation of licences by Ofcom.
The channel is available for the first time on Freeview after operating online for more than a year.
The commercial channel is part of the Archant media group which publishes the Eastern Daily Press.
An 75-year-old artist from Essex has been head-hunted by a hit US TV show to re-create artwork he did in the 1960s.
The television drama Mad Men is a look at the controversial world of a 1960s advertising agency and the producers wanted a promotional poster in his authentic style.
Brian Sanders lives near Saffron Walden and was an advertising illustrator. ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes has been to meet him. Click below to watch his report:
Norwich is to get a new local television station. Mustard TV has been given the go-ahead by industry regulator Ofcom.
The commercial channel, part of the Archant media group which publishes the Eastern Daily Press and the East Anglian Daily Times, will begin broadcasting from autumn next year. It plans to run from 6am to midnight, 7 days a week.