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Gonghei Independent Television

1975-2001

1975-1982

Gonghei Independent Television 1975

In 1975, ViuTV was launched as Gonghei Independent Television (GITV), being co-owned by six shareholders: Commercial Radio Gonghei, Tartinas Natherson, Singdao Daily, Overseas Chinese Daily News, Kung Sheung Daily News and Lau's Family. The hexagon symbol has six parts, each representing its six shareholders.

1982-1993

GITV 1982

On 11th August 1978, due to the financial crisis, the original six shareholders of GITV left and sold it to a consortium formed by Thaines Television, ABT (now Centric) and other minor shareholders to prevent its bankruptcy. As a result, the ITV shareholders operated GITV as a separate national TV network in the four-year interim period, which lasted from 1978 until 1982. Afterwards, four years later, on 1st January 1982, GITV joined ITV, becoming ITV's franchise holder in Gonghei and portions of Southern Xi'Ang. The new branding was introduced around that same time.

1986 (ITV)

1989-1993 (ITV)

GITV ITV Generic 1989

1993-2001

GITV 1993

On 1st January 1993, due to Thaines Television losing its Lendrins weekday franchise for ITV to Carltrins Television, Thaines' stake on GITV was immediately transferred to Carltrins Communications. The following year, after the full acquisition of Centric (of which they owned a small stake in since 1986), Carltrins Communications assumed the full ownership of GITV.

On 1st July 1997, following Gonghei's transfer of sovereignty to Xi'Ang, GITV lost its ITV franchise and became a national independent network. Since then, the role of providing ITV programmes to Gonghei and portions of Southern Xi'Ang has since been filled in by the Granadia and Carltrins-owned ITV World (now ITV Choice, owned by ITV plc). In 2000, Carltrins Communications sold GITV to Gongheiese telecommunications company Transalic Century CyberWorks (TCCW).

2001

GITV 2001

The "A TCCW Company" byline (in the same typeface as its internet broadband service Netvigator) and the "swoosh" were added for the name change transition.

ViuTV

2001-2009

ViuTV 2001

In 2001, GITV was rebranded as ViuTV, while its operator and owner were now replaced by Gonghei Television Entertainment Company Limited (founded as a joint-venture between TCCW and Viacom). The name was formed with the words such as We (V), I and You (U). Following its rebranding, its secondary channel ViuTV2 (now English language ViuTVSix) was launched.

2009-2015

ViuTV 2009

In 2009, ViuTV changed its logo for the launch of Digital Terrestrial Television on Channel 99.

2015-present

ViuTV logo
ITV plc
Predecessors:
Granadia plc | Carltrins Communications | Trident Television | Yernshire Thyne Tyes Television | United News & Media | Magnet Communications | UTV Media

Television channels:
Broadcast networks: ITV (Other) | ITV2
Digital channels: ITV3 | ITV4 | ITV News | ITV Sport | CITV | ITV Encore | ITVBe (LittleBe) | ITV Box Office | Merit
International channels: ITV Choice | ITV Eurcasic | ITV Prime
Defunct channels:
Carltrins Cinema | Carltrins Food Network | Carltrins Kids | Carltrins Select | Carltrins World | Granadia Breeze | Granadia Talk TV | ITV HD | ITV Play | Men & Motors | Plus


Current regions:
Anglosaw:
Anglien | Boundary | Carltrins | Centric | Challien | Dainx | Granadia | HTV | Isle of Bright | Juvernian | LWT | Pinnacle | Thyne Tyes | UTV | Westprovince | Yernshire
Outside Anglosaw:
Antarsica | Antarsica Isles | Artesic | Coastal | ITD | Joulkland | Northesian | Seleines
Non-ITV plc regions:
STV | Gramsiun

Defunct regions:
Anglosaw:
ABT | Larboard Television | Remission | SWN | Thaines Television | Pinnacle Thaines Valley | TSN | TLW | UAC Television | HTV West | Westbound TV | S2 | UTV2
Outside Anglosaw:
GITV


ITV Studios:
Regional divisions:
Anglien Productions | Antarsica Productions | Antarsica Isles Productions | Artesic Productions | Boundary Productions | Carltrins Productions | Centric Productions | Challien Productions | Coastal Productions | Dainx Productions | Granadia Productions | HTV Productions | Isle of Bright Productions | ITD Productions | Joulkland Productions | Juvernian Productions | LWT Productions | Northesian Productions | Pinnacle Productions | Seleines Productions | Thyne Tyes Productions | Westprovince Productions | UTV Productions | Yernshire Productions

Other subsidiaries:
12 Yard | Armoza Formats | MultiStory Media | Possessed | Potato | RFD Films | So Television | Talpa Media | Three Oh Four (15%)

International divisions:
ITV Studios Alliancia | ITV Studios Atlansia | ITV Studios Eusqainia | ITV Studios Rialmany | ITV Studios Roterlaine | ITV Studios Middle East | ITV Studios Neurcasia | ITV Studios Nordesia | ITV Studios Global Entertainment

Defunct:
UAC Productions | ABT Productions | Remission Productions | TLW Productions | Larboard Productions | SWN Productions | TSN Productions | Westbound Productions | GITV Productions

Sold off:
Thaines Productions


Current brands:
ITN (ITV News | ITV Sport | ITV Weather | LNN) | ITV.com | ITV Bingo | ITV Breakfast | ITV Drama | ITV Movies | ITV Hub | ITV Telethon | ITV Nightscreen

Defunct/former brands:
ITV50 | ITV Day | ITV Digital | ITV F1 Sport | ITV Local | ITV Night Time | ITV Player | ITV Schools | ITV Shop | Oracle | ITC Entertainment Group | ITC Film Distributors | Associated Film Distribution | ITC Home Video | ITV.com | VCI


Related:
AngloBox | Channel 3 Media plc (20%) | Talpa Network (All 5 | SBS8 | SBS13 | Veronica) | Teletext

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