Made in Bristol, Made in Cardiff, Made in Leeds and Made in Tyne & Wear “rebrand”

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City TV broadcaster, Made Television has rebranded as Telly McTellyface as it extends congratulations to Boaty McBoatface on landing the gig as the new name for a high tech undersea vehicle.

All four of Made Television’s city channels, Made in Bristol, Made in Cardiff, Made in Leeds and Made in Tyne & Wear have been renamed Telly McTellyface, with the logo changed both online and on air.

Boaty McBoatface was voted the official name choice for the new multi-million pound research vessel after the internet was asked for ideas. However the decision was made by Officials today to instead name the ship RRS Sir David Attenborough.

“We hereby rename the good ship Made Television to ‘Telly McTellyface’ as a salute to the great British sense of humour and all who sail her.” – Made Television CEO and Founder, Jamie Conway

The Telly McTellyface Network attracts over 1.7 million monthly viewers: In Bristol the channel entertains over 267,699 every month; Cardiff has over 381,864 local viewers and Leeds enjoys over 693,816. Tyne & Wear attracts a monthly audience of over 433,046. ‘Telly McTellyface’ is available on Freeview 7, Sky Guide 117 and Virgin 159 in Bristol, Leeds and Tyne & Wear, and Cardiff on Freeview 8, Sky Guide 134 and Virgin 159.

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