Together TV is the leading broadcaster for social change. We run a national TV channel and digital platform which help people find inspiration to do good in their lives and communities. We are the only national channel in the world owned by its membership community. This enables us to deliver our unique ethos as a broadcaster.
Together TV is owned by The Community Channel, a charitable Community Benefit Society. We fund our work through commercial income, contra contributions from the media industry, grants and donations. We have delivered innovative and impactful projects that have engaged millions of people with funders including National Lottery Community Fund, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and the Gates Foundation. We are always looking for partners to run projects with across our TV and digital channels along with wider engagement with people and communities across the UK.
Over 300 shareholders and donors have been amazing in supporting the channel's growth so far. Their pledges have enabled us to continue broadcasting and changing lives across the United Kingdom.
Download the Group Report and Financial Statements - 31st March, 2020
Facebook HQ - January 2018
All Members agree to participate in general meetings and take an active interest in the operation and development of the Society and its business. Members have a duty to respect the confidential nature of the business decisions of the Society. The membership committee relays and represents the views of the Community Benefit Society (CBS) members to the CBS board and channel team, and vice versa, being the co-parent for the optimisation of communications between all groups. Its role is to represent the members’ views regarding the CBS’ governance and the quality of its output, and convey the members’ ideas and concerns to the CBS board and team. The Membership and Fundraising Committee also ensures Members have a clear understanding of the operational challenges and opportunities in running the CBS.
What being a Member means
Being a Member at Together TV includes access to a dedicated newsletter, which features our latest news from the channel, including upcoming documentaries and shows. Members are invited to our exclusive events, which have previously been held at the House of Lords, BBC Radio Theatre and Facebook HQ. Also, Members get access to some of the most exciting TV content ahead of broadcast. More than anything else, being a Member of Together TV means being part of a TV channel that is a force for good.
Interested in being a Member? We are currently not open to new Shareholders, but you can now be notified when Together TV will open the scheme again. Express your Interest here >>
For more details about our Members, get in touch: [email protected]
House of Lords - May 2018
In 2016, Together TV ran a crowdfunding campaign which you can learn more about here: 2016 crowdfunding campaign
Our League of Awesome
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