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Win a Samsung Galaxy tablet with KMTV

By KentOnline reporter

To celebrate this week's launch of Kent's very own TV station, we're giving you the chance to win a shiny new Samsung tablet.

KMTV is the county's first dedicated television channel, delivering quality news, sport and entertainment around the clock.

A unique collaboration between the University of Kent and KM Media Group, the publisher of this website, you can find it on Freeview Channel 7 and Virgin Channel 159. You can also watch online at www.kmtv.co.uk.

Win this Galaxy Tab A

Win this Galaxy Tab A

The centrepiece of the station's schedule is Kent Tonight, an hour-long news programme broadcasting from our state-of-the-art studio at the university’s Medway campus every weekday at 5.30pm.

To coincide with the station's launch we're giving away this eye-catching Samsung Galaxy Tab A.

Ideal for reading books, magazines and newspapers, as well as surfing the net, the tablet will take your web browsing and and reading experience to the next level. You can even watch KMTV on the tablet whenever you want.

KMTV's Andy Richards, Louisa Britton and Josie Hannett

KMTV's Andy Richards, Louisa Britton and Josie Hannett


Entering the competition couldn't be easier as all you need to do is sign up for the KMTV newsletter simply by clicking this link.

Then just fill in your details and subscribe to the newsletter - if you want, you can also sign up for our other fantastic newsletters at the same time.

Every one of our KMTV newsletter subscribers will be entered in a free draw when the competition closes on Thursday, July 20. The first name picked at random after the closing date will win the Samsung tablet.

Normal KM Group rules apply

KMTV will be bringing you all the top news stories from where you live every weekday at 5.30pm

KMTV brings you all the top news stories from where you live every weekday at 5.30pm

The shows will be made in Kent for Kent people

The shows are made in Kent for Kent people






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