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In the Midlands, TNX has a local news and weather content supply arrangement with Carlton TT.
These benefits are provided at no cost to the passenger or the train operator as the entire TNX TV system is funded by advertising and sponsorship.
During the pilot scheme an independent survey carried out by IPSOS on behalf of TNX TV found that 81 per cent of passengers enjoyed the TV experience, 15 per cent were against and 4 per cent were undecided.
There are no current plans to fit TNX TV on our long distance or Central Citylink services.
In the same period a total of 695,000 passenger journeys were undertaken on the routes which are operated by TNX TV-fitted trains.
TNX will see real-time news feeds from ITN and Central News played on the trains.
The Derby-based company behind TNX has spent over three years and more than pounds 5 million on the system.
The UK will be the first country to see TNX, which has been launched after extensive market research, which showed that 79 per cent of passengers wanted it installed on trains.
TNX managing director Stephen Ollier said: 'This is great news for passengers, the media industry and the rail industry with fresh investment set to help provide additional passenger benefits, at no extra cost to the passenger or train company.
Derby-based TNCI UK, which has financial backing from US and UK investors, says that once operational TNX will be totally funded by advertising and sponsorship, so passengers will be able to enjoy the benefits of the television system at no cost to themselves or to Central Trains.
The company claims that TNX is a first for the UK due to the wayit will be operated commercially, with revenue raised entirely through advertising and sponsorship.
Following the extensive trials through the summer the innovative TNX system is expected to be introduced on Central Trains' Class 150 diesel and Class 323 electric trains from October, with a full service being available from early 2004.