Viewership Reach Our signal is received in 69% of homes within our core broadcast area (Source: UMS / Millward Brown Ulster). This delivers a weekly reach of 62% or as many as 105,000 adults. Among those who can receive c9tv our weekly reach rises to 91%. c9tv is now the third most watched free-to-air terrestrial […]
|Local Interest Programme Synpois|
|c9tv Sport focuses on the efforts and results of local sports people, clubs, schools and organisers at grass-roots level. The programme offers television access and recognition to those in the local community whose efforts would not normally be recognised in regional TV services.||Community Matters programme explores the work done by and issues facing the community and voluntary sector in the locality. It is a forum for community concerns, a platform for community discussion and a shop window for community initiatives.|
Time Was satisfies the demand that exits for programmes of a historical nature. Guests are invited to recount their personal experiences and examine their lives in the context of the recent history of the locality.
|The Good news recognises the efforts of many unsung heroes in the local community.|
The Best Days focuses on primary schools in the locality and the activities and talents of their pupils. The teaching philosophies and ethoses of the schools concerned are also explored.