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For several years until July 1990 the IBA put out a short weekly programme under the title Engineering Announcements, transmitted outside normal programme hours, and not otherwise advertised.
These provided valuable technical information for members of the radio and television trade.
British versions of popular American quiz shows had to be adjusted - The ,000 Question having a maximum prize initially of 64,000 sixpences (£1,600) in the late 1950s, and in the early 1990s of just £6,400.
"The Six Thousand Four Hundred Pound Question" was only asked every other week so as not to break the regulatory £3,200/week maximum.
The series ended with the 24th volume published in November 1988.
These assets are now within the portfolio operated by Arqiva.Regional programming on ITV was a major concern for the IBA, particularly in the 1980 franchise round.The IBA was determined each franchise provided the best possible local service, so the South of England transmission region was split in two, with the successful applicant required to provide separate news services for the South and South East, while in the Midlands ATV's commitment to regional output in the Midlands had been a long-running issue for the IBA; in 1980, they were allowed to keep their franchise, but with several tough conditions.The IBA also operated an Engineering Information service in support of the receiver industry and the general public offering information and advice about the transmitter networks and reception issues.Its lasting legacy is a set of IBA Technical Reviews published over a period of 16 years from 1972 to 1988.