Interactive TV for Wrexham

Wrexham County Borough Council has launched an interactive TV channel to enable residents to renew library books and register complaints via their TVs.

The Looking Local channel, created by the council and government technology body DigiTV, will also offer local information.

Council leader Aled Roberts is keen for the town to be at the "forefront of digital" as Wales will be the first country to have its analogue signal switched off in 2009. The UK will be fully switched from analogue to digital TV services by 2012.

The council is launching a two-week awareness drive to promote the service.

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