Press Release: Together TV launching the streaming service that helps viewers channel their inner good

  • Social purpose broadcaster, Together TV's streaming service has launched
  • The broadcaster’s streaming platform is free to use and is available on mobile, tablet and desktop, via the Apple App Store, Google Play Store and watch.togethertv.com. It is also available via the Apple TV and Android TV app stores with more TV apps to follow soon
  • The service will encourage users to "Channel Your Inner Good" by providing resources linked to inspiring content they have watched
  • This is the first streaming service integrating motivating content along with change-making campaigns at a national scale 
  • Premium content on the platform includes household-name series on gardening, homes, food, and travelogues alongside award-winning documentaries, including a recent BAFTA winner funded and supported by Together TV
  • TV gardener Danny Clarke and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, whose series Together TV broadcasts, welcome the launch of this new service  
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Press release: Our Land, from Together TV’s Diverse Film Fund 2021, wins the award for Best Short Form Programme at BAFTA 2022

  • Our Land, from Together TV’s Diverse Film Fund 2021, wins the award for Best Short Form Programme at the British Academy Television Awards 2022
  • Together TV’s Diverse Film Fund was created with the aim to give underrepresented narratives a platform
  • The five filmmakers commissioned to create 20-minute documentaries about LGBTQ+: Queer Lives Today are being announced
  • The 2022 Diverse Film Fund includes mentors and webinars from media giants including BAFTA, Albert, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, TwoFour Productions and the BBC.
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Together TV begin announcing the judging panel for the Diverse Film Fund 2022 – LGBTQ+: Queer Lives Today

  • Judging panel will consist of senior experts from broadcast, production, editorial and charity
  • £100k fund will commission five emerging filmmakers to create 20-minute documentaries telling the pivotal unknown stories from the LGBTQ+ community in the UK
  • This year's theme is LGBTQ+: Queer Lives Today
  • The Diverse Film Fund will provide one-on-one mentoring with senior industry professionals and exclusive webinars with media giants
  • Together TV's Diverse Film Fund 2022 applications close on Thursday 31 March 2022 at 12 pm (BST)
  • The chosen filmmakers' documentaries will premiere on Together TV in November 2022
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Together TV appoints Alex Graham as Senior Independent Director & Trustee

• Alex Graham, renowned founder and former chief executive of Wall to Wall Media, former chairman of The Scott Trust, Sheffield DocFest and PACT, has been appointed as Senior Independent Director at broadcaster Together TV

• Alongside this announcement, Together TV is celebrating its 21st anniversary as the world’s first community-owned national TV channel with the mission to create positive change

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Together TV launches the Green Challenge: Growing & cooking together to help the planet

Together TV is set to launch the Green Challenge to get people together to make healthy food and to help the planet. The aim is to connect neighbours, family, the Together TV community, and local charity projects. In addition to giving participants the confidence to start being able to grow and use their own produce while coming together to make a change

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Behind the Bhangra Boys: Together TV to premiere film on dance group raising awareness of climate change

  • Together TV will be showing the UK Premiere of Behind the Bhangra Boys on Tuesday 31 August at 10pm BST
  • Ahead of the Premiere, the Maritime Bhangra Group will be creating a new viral dance video to raise awareness for climate change charity Friends of the Earth
  • Climate change focus was chosen due to the extreme weather the world has experienced throughout the past couple of weeks* in addition to the spotlight in the documentary
  • Behind the Bhangra Boys sees the group meeting with the First Nations community in Canada to discuss how climate change it had affected their small island community and ultimately how it will influence our future
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Together TV to distribute 400,000 sunflower seeds for its Sunflower Challenge

To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, broadcaster Together TV’s Together For Good Sunflower Challenge will give away an extra 300,000 sunflower seeds. This is on top of the 100,000 given away when the campaign launched to connect people to their communities.

  • The campaign provides seeds, a grow chart and 12-week guided growing journey with TV gardener Danny Clarke, along with growing tips from gardening expert Philip Turvil, former programme director of Kew Gardens whether it be on a plot of land or just in a simple window box.
  • Thousands of people across Yorkshire and the Midlands have already signed up for the Sunflower Challenge.
  • Charities, companies, Mutual Aid groups and community groups from across the UK, including WorthingKentNorth StaffordshireHoo Peninsula and more, are supporting the challenge by promoting and rallying locals to join the initiative.
  • National charities like Jo Cox Foundation, Field Studies Council and more are also supporting the initiative.
  • To join over 20k people who have already registered for free seeds, people can register here: www.togethertv.com/sunflowerchallenge
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Sunflower Challenge: Together TV to distribute 100,000 sunflower seeds to get the UK gardening in 2021

● Broadcaster Together TV to distribute 100,000 sunflower seeds as part of its Together for Good campaign to connect people to their community

● TV gardener Danny Clarke will inspire viewers into the gardening world

● Gardening expert Philip Turvil, former programme director of Kew Gardens shares his tips to 'get growing', whether it be on a plot of land or just in a simple window box

● To register for free seeds, viewers can register on this website page: www.togethertv.com/sunflowerchallenge

● Together TV premieres the documentary Our Big MS Adventure to mark the MS Awareness Week and support the importance of keeping active and tackle social isolation

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