This is a timeline of the history of the former British broadcaster TVS. It provided the ITV service for the South and South East of England from 1982 to 1992.

1980s

1990s

See also

References

  1. ^ TVS LAUNCH DAY START UP (1982)
  2. ^ Whitbread buys £6m TVS stake. By Derek Harris Commercial Editor. The Times, Thursday, 12 April 1984; pg. 18
  3. ^ NEWS IN BRIEF: Ex TV-am editor gets new job The Guardian (1959–2003); 17 August 1984;
  4. ^ "Profile – London Weekend Television's Greg Dyke". Management Today. 1 February 1992. Retrieved 25 June 2013.
  5. ^ "The History of London Weekend Television, LWT". Ultimate LWT. Retrieved 25 June 2013.
  6. ^ "ITV companies adjust their sets" By Higham, Nick The Observer; 2 November 1986;
  7. ^ Whitbread buys £6m TVS stake. By Derek Harris Commercial Editor. The Times, Thursday, 12 April 1984; pg. 18
  8. ^ TVS fine tuning.The Times, Wednesday, 1 July 1987; pg. 24
  9. ^ "Dyke off to LWT." Times London, England 10 Apr 1987,
  10. ^ TV Live: TVS 1987-1989
  11. ^ TV Live: ITV Night Time - Late Night Late
  12. ^ TV Live: TVS Late Night Late
  13. ^ TV South reported to have bought US company Staff Reporter The Guardian (1959–2003); 1 July 1988;
  14. ^ TV Live: TVS 1987-1989
  15. ^ Television & Radio.The Times, Monday, 20 November 1989;
  16. ^ Whiteside, R. M.; Wilson, A.; Blackburn, S.; Hörnig, S. E.; Wilson, C. P. (6 December 2012). Major Companies of Europe 1990/91: Volume 2 Major Companies of the United Kingdom. Google Search. ISBN 9789400907997. Retrieved 13 March 2016.
  17. ^ Ident Central: ITV Night Time
  18. ^ TVS's £54m bid 'threatens profits'. Melinda Wittstock, Media Correspondent. The Times, Tuesday, 6 August 1991.
  19. ^ Meridian to buy main TVS studios.Martin Waller. The Times, Tuesday, 17 December 1991