Together on the move on Freeview; celebrates growing viewing figures

Together TV, the UK’s 'social change broadcaster' – and the world’s only supporter-owned national TV channel – is moving to Freeview 88 on Wednesday 20th November.

After 20 months since its launch, the channel is one of the fastest-growing TV channels in the UK in 2019, reporting a reach of 2.5m viewers per month spread across the UK.

Together TV helps viewers find inspiration for social change through entertaining content – by showing real-life stories, activities and social issues that promote participation in national campaigns and causes. By encouraging people to get involved in campaigns that offer relevant, practical and achievable things to do, the channel promotes healthier lifestyles, improved mental wellbeing and increased social connections amongst its viewers.

To mark the occasion of the move on Freeview, the charitable channel for social good will air for the first time the short film “We are Together TV”, made by award winning director Thomas Martin. The film will premiere on Wednesday the 20th November at 6:15pm.

Alexander Kann, Chief Executive of Together said:
These great results have been made possible thanks to the media industry’s fantastic support for Together TV. Our media partners have been the driving force of our recent Together for Good campaign, developed by BBC Creative with Viacom, Guardian Media Group and Goodstuff, and kindly supported by ITV, Channel 4, Sky, Discovery Inc, A+E Networks UK, TI-Media, Clear Channel, Ocean Outdoor, Pearl & Dean, The Telegraph and Facebook. We are so grateful for this support and we have big plans for 2020

Together TV is watched by 12 million viewers a year on TV and tens of millions through social media.

  • Together TV is on Freeview 88 (from midday on Wednesday 20th November), Sky 194, Virgin 269 and Freesat 164, along with being on-demand on My5 and social videos on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and DailyMotion.
  • Together TV+1 is available in some areas on Freeview 89 from midday on Wednesday 20th November.