GB News today launches a new video in which you, our viewers, get the chance to better know exactly why our presenters chose to join the People's Channel.
When GB News launched in June 2021, we promised to be different to the establishment media.
We promised to give a voice to those who feel sidelined, to those living in all four nations of the UK, and to those who champion freedom of expression and don't believe we should cave to the cancel culture that so often engulfs public debate.
And still today, more than 18 months on, it is exactly those values that our broadcasters admire so much.
Speaking about why he loves working GB News, Breakfast presenter Stephen Dixon says: "It's worth the drive because you get in and the team's all ready and waiting, they're itching to go, and it's a proper little family.
"It's all about family, being in people's living rooms and getting to know who are viewers and listeners are."
Nana Akua adds that the ability to speak her own mind in an environment tolerant of free speech first attracted her to the channel.
"When I was young my dad used to say 'Nana, stop arguing!'," she recalls jokingly.
"I wanted an outlet that would enable me to give my opinion."
Meanwhile, Michael Portillo, says GB News stands out from other British broadcasters because its "dynamic".
He says: "We do something different." Building on Michael's view, Camilla Tominey, who joined the channel at the start of the year to host GB News's new Sunday morning programme politics show, explains: "I came to GB News because it's the people's channel and I wanted the audience to have their say on the events of the day.
"With a bit of a twist, we want to not only inform you but we want to keep you entertained."
Dan Wootton adds: "The British people aren't fools. We know when we're not being told the full story."
And GB News's newest addition, Jacob Rees-Mogg, highlights the important role GB News plays in British public debate.
"GB News is the people's channel," he says.
"Democracy shows that the wisdom of the nation is in its people."
GB News's mission to put UK communities at the heart of everything we do has seen our viewing figures go from strength to strength since first taking to air. And this is just the start. Britain's watching.