1 November 2018
Some of S4C's best-loved presenters live and work in mid Wales and the camera crews from Welsh TV companies are often seen filming in the length and breadth of Powys – but now is an opportunity for the area's viewers to find their voice.
Next week, the broadcaster is set to hold its S4C Viewers' Meeting at the Assembly Room, Town Hall, Welshpool. The date for your diary is Wednesday 14 November at 7.00pm and the channel's Chief Executive Owen Evans, Authority Chair Huw Jones, Director of Content, Amanda Rees and other authority and staff members will be there to welcome you.
Authority chair Huw Jones said, "We are looking forward to a frank and honest discussion about S4C's programmes and services. The S4C Viewers' Evenings are important because they allow us to meet viewers in their communities. They are an opportunity to find out what type of programmes viewers enjoy and what they would like to see more of on the channel in the future."
Viewers are welcome to discuss everything from drama to entertainment, digital services to children's programmes, from sport to factual and Welsh learners' provision to youth content. Light refreshments will be served, and an English translation service and loop equipment available for those who need them.
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If you would like any more information about the S4C Viewers' Evening and wish to register for the evening, please contact Momentwm Cyf on (01352) 754212 or email firstname.lastname@example.org