Issue 6: Broadcast media , Issue 6: Youth participation

  • Broadcast media, Youth participation

    16 Jul 2001

    Launched in December 2000, Artsworld was set up by its founders to replace the ever-dwindling arts representation on terrestrial TV, writes Ruth Barker.
    As well as acquiring performance and documentary programmes from all over the world, it has become a production force, recording major artists and companies working in the UK and abroad. We aim to have 35% of our programming as original commissions, and in June 2001 we broadcast over 100 hours of original programming.

    Our... more