ITV Granada (originally Granada Television or Granada TV) is the Channel 3 regional service for North West England, the licence for the region being held by ITV Broadcasting Limited since November 2008. It is the largest independent television-franchise producing company in the UK, accounting for 25% of the total broadcasting output of the ITV network. Previously it was held by Granada Television, which was founded by Sidney Bernstein and based at Granada Studios on Quay Street in Manchester since its inception. This was the only surviving company of the original four Independent Television Authority franchisees from 1954; ITV Granada Television merged with Carlton Communications to form ITV plc in 2004. It covers Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Merseyside, northwestern Derbyshire, part of Cumbria and North Yorkshire. On 15 July 2009, the Isle of Man was transferred to ITV Granada from ITV Border (even though the Isle of Man is a British Crown Dependency and is not part of the United Kingdom).Broadcasting Ltd.

Granada: 1956-1989

Granada: 1956-1989

Granada Television is the United Kingdom ITV contractor for North West England.
Granada: 1989–1990

Granada: 1989–1990

Granada updated its presentation in Spring 1989, and again in the Summer of 1989.
Granada: 1990–1994

Granada: 1990–1994

A selection of presentation used by Granada over the 1990s.
Granada: 1995–1999

Granada: 1995–1999

Granada launched a new look in 1995.
Granada: 1999 - 2006

Granada: 1999 - 2006

A selection of presentation used by Granada from 1999 until 2006.