From Media Guardian
Ten Alps, the independent TV producer co-founded by Bob Geldof, today launched a website it hopes will become the "YouTube of the public sector".
The company unveiled the Public TV website, which hosts video material about government, professional training and business.
Users can access the site free of charge and search for content including Ten Alps’ recently acquired 400-strong stable of niche magazines, which currently make £28m in advertising revenues.
Public TV will make its money entirely through advertising sold from a newly established office in Manchester.