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RLA takes to your TV screens

Sally Walmsley
Written by Sally Walmsley

RLA news and research is being brought to a whole new audience, with the launch of a monthly slot on Property TV. 

The digital and satellite channel, which has been broadcasting for four years now, was set up to ‘inform, educate and entertain’, covering all matters property-related – including landlords and the private rented sector.

The RLA now has a regular half-hour slot on the channel’s  ‘Spotlight on Landlords’ show, presented by Stephen Galpin.

John Hammond, producer at Property TV said: “We hope the show will raise awareness of the RLA as a leading provider of key news and information – and help our landlord audience stay informed when it comes to their property businesses.”

On this month’s show RLA policy director David Smith talks about the unfair demonisation of landlords, issues of supply and demand and rent controls.

Property TV broadcasts on both Sky (channel 192) and Freesat (channel 164) daily.  The show will be screened on Property TV on December 12 at 8.30pm and on December 17 at 7.30pm. 

The show featuring David Smith is also available to watch here:

In addition to the RLA show, the channel – which is expanding to run 24/7 in the new year -screens a regular Property Question Time programme, inviting an expert panel to answer questions on property issues submitted by viewers through the website

Further information 

To read the RLA’s latest research on rent controls click here.

The RLA has published its own six-point election manifesto highlighting the changes it believes are needed to create a PRS that works for all. You can read it here.

About the author

Sally Walmsley

Sally Walmsley

Sally Walmsley is the Magazine and Digital Editor for the NRLA. With 20 years’ experience writing for regional and national newspapers and magazines she is responsible for editing our members' magazine 'Property', producing our articles for our news site, the weekly and monthly bulletins and editorial content for our media partners.

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