MEDIA OF JERSEY consist of several different types of communications
media: television , radio , newspapers , magazines , and
Internet-based Web sites .
* 1 Broadcasting
* 2 Print
* 3 References
Frémont Point transmitting station is a facility for FM and
television transmission at Frémont in
Saint John, Jersey .
Local terrestrial television in
Jersey is provided by ITV Channel
Television (part of the ITV network) and BBC Channel Islands (an
opt-out service from
BBC South West
BBC South West ) - both of these have local
broadcast studios, production teams, presenters and other staff. Many
other off-island stations are available, which are mostly the same as
those available in United Kingdom .
Television - the longest-serving of the two services -
produces regional programming for the Islands, including a flagship
nightly news programme,
ITV News Channel TV
ITV News Channel TV , which is supplemented by
shorter news bulletins seven days a week. Other programmes include a
twice-weekly sports magazine show Report Sport, the long-running
children's series Puffin\'s Pla(i)ce and local documentaries.
BBC Channel Islands News is an opt-out service for the Channel
Islands, broadcast from the BBC
Jersey studios in St Helier at
6:30pm (during the first half of Spotlight ) and at 10:25pm (after the
BBC News at Ten
BBC News at Ten ) each weeknight on BBC1.
Jersey is depicted in the detective programme Bergerac .
Local radio in
Jersey is broadcast by BBC
Jersey , and Channel
Radio Youth FM, an internet radio station run by young people aged 12
– 24 is also active in the island and broadcasts up to 10 shows each
Jersey used to be served by the Normandy-based radio station Contact
Jersey Evening Post , is the main printed source of local news
and official notices. Its daily average net circulation was reported
as 17,912 copies in 2012.
The newspaper features a weekly
Jèrriais column accompanied by
The Bailiwick Express (www.bailiwickexpress.com) is Jersey's solitary
online newspaper which concentrates on hard news delivered swiftly,
and is supported by classified advertising, primarily of vehicles,
employment vacancies, and property.
Lifestyle magazines include Gallery Magazine (monthly) and The
Jersey Life (monthly).
Les Nouvelles Chroniques du Don Balleine is a quarterly literary
"20/20 magazine" is the island's only annual personal finance
magazine; Global Assets the island's online quarterly international
offshore finance magazine is also produced by the same company.
Connect magazine is a bi-monthly business title from the same stable
as The Bailiwick Express.
* ^ "Circulation down for all of UK\'s 81 regional dailies".
PressGazette. 2012-08-29. Retrieved 2012-10-07.
* ^ "Gallery Style Magazine Franchises". Gallerymagazine.co.uk.
* ^ "The
Jersey Life". Lifemags.com. Retrieved 2012-10-07.
* ^ "Les Nouvelles Chroniques du Don Balleine".
Members.societe-jersiaise.org. Retrieved 2012-10-07.
* ^ "Finance Publications Offshore Limited". 2020.je. Retrieved
* ^ "Finance Publications Offshore Limited". Financeoffshore.com.
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