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Mar 08
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Channel 4 announce new UK channel

Published in News, Other News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Channel 4 Chief Executive David Abraham has just announced that they’ll be launching a brand new channel called “4Seven”, which will be a varient of Channel 4 and will include social media buzz in the new channel’s schedule.

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