This is the official website of the TV-am Archive & Museum. Everything you need to know about all aspects of the company's history
Below: Gyles Brandreth surrounded by some of the documents held in our TV-am Library.
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
If you're a journalist, media student, programme maker or TV fan we can help find the information you need.
We hold hundreds of press cuttings, documents, photographs and publications spanning 1980 to the present day all about TV-am. All areas are covered, everything from financial results, stock market floatation, franchise applications and facts and figures about the breakfast television audience.
Our expert knowledge in this area plus our many contacts and connections with former TV-am staff and contributors means we really can provide unrivalled research and information.
We can provide documents, photographs and other printed information about TV-am and breakfast television in general.
JOURNALISTS & PROGRAMME MAKERS
We can source photographs and press cuttings for your project, programme or article, as well as undertake specific research work. Recent clients include GMTV, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, BBC Scotland, BBC News, BBC Nations & Regions, ITV.
VIEWERS & TV FANS
We're happy to answer your questions and provide copies of TV-am literature and other related material.
GET IN TOUCH
Whatever your query we're pleased to help you find the answer you need. As the official reference source you know the information we hold can not be found elsewhere. Please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
On other pages on this website you'll find details of some of the publications we hold in our archive plus information about the company's history. There are also many pictures of presenters, programmes and TV-am studios to help give you an idea of what ITV's first breakfast TV station was all about.