About Intertel

What is Intertel?

Intertel produces on a bi-monthly basis hour-long documentaries on important world topics, inaugurating a global television production agency dedicated to the creation of programs of substance and meaning.

Mission statement

INTERTEL is an act of faith by its four founder members. They believe that the world’s problems can be solved more quickly by positive acts of improved communications.

The story of INTERTEL

In a Cold-War world, rocked each month by some new eruption of extreme nationalism, any form of international cooperation is a welcome relief.

Fusion: welcome to Intertel

Associated-Rediffusion’s house magazine, Fusion, welcomes delegates to the November 1963 Intertel council

Fusion: Intertel makes TV history

Associated-Rediffusion’s house magazine, Fusion, on the Intertel project

Fusion: Intertel advances

Associated-Rediffusion’s house magazine, Fusion, on the Intertel project

Westinghouse Broadcasting Company

Westinghouse Broadcasting Company 1920-1995

National Educational Television

National Educational Television 1954-1970

Australian Broadcasting Commission

The Australian Broadcasting Commisson

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Rediffusion

Associated-Rediffusion 1955-1964, Rediffusion London 1964-1968


Programmes

Fusion: The Volunteers

Rediffusion London’s house magazine, Fusion, on ‘The Volunteers’

Fusion: Spring in Ethiopia

Rediffusion London’s house magazine, Fusion, on ‘Spring in Ethiopia’

Fusion: The Lion and the Eagle

Rediffusion London’s house magazine, Fusion, on ‘The Lion and the Eagle’

Fusion: Men in Black

Rediffusion London’s house magazine, Fusion, on ‘Men in Black’

Fusion: words are his weapons

Rediffusion London’s house magazine, Fusion, on ‘The House on the Beach’