Launch Of Ethical TV
Hand Up Media is the Edinburgh based ethical media, publishing and
events company that engages people to ethical lifestyle issues
setting up three years ago, Hand Up Media has printed almost 3 million
publications about fair trade, ethical & sustainable lifestyle
issues, organise events such as The Edinburgh Ethical Christmas Fayre
which had over 20,000 visitors in 2008, The Fair Trade Experience, the
UK’s biggest weekend Fair Trade event and The Ethical Emporium on
London’s South Bank. We also provide PR, web and marketing services to
ethical businesses and organisations.
The latest and exciting Hand Up Media development is the launch of www.ethical tv the first global online TV website dedicated to films, stories, news and views about ethical lifestyle issues that affect people across the world.
ethical tv aims to encourage and inspire active participation and empowerment through this first dedicated ethical online TV website.
- Fair Trade
- Campaigns and News
- The Co-operative TV (first dedicated channel on ethical tv)
Why ethical tv
Tania Pramschufer, Co-Director of Hand Up Media says “We’re passionate about promoting sustainable and ethical lifestyle issues in positive, stylish & empowering ways to help individuals to make positive changes. ethical tv aims to provide individuals, organisations and businsess with a comprehensive one stops online library of films on ethical issues. More than ever, people are actively seeking information on ethical lifestyle issues. We will be constantly updating the site with new films, views, news and campaign updates to help keep viewers abreast of ethical issues”.
ethical.tv will be providing film and production services to ethical organisations and businesses and can also offer their own dedicated online TV channel on www.ethical.tv
‘The Co-operative is delighted to be the primary sponsor of Ethical TV. By bringing together experts on a range of ethical issues, Ethical TV provides a unique space to view films that will generate enthusiasm, engender debate and motivate people to take action and drive change’.
Michael Fairclough, Head of Community & Campaigns
Send your films and news
If your ethical business or organisation have films and news for ethical tv please get in touch with email@example.com
Send your films on DVD, good quality Quicktime MOV and MPEG files are best.
All films and news will be vetted before being uploaded, for more information see our content policy on www.ethical.tv