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“The GMV6 Room” at Lost Shepparton

UPDATE: This display has now closed. Thank you to Geoff Allemand for the opportunity to use his display space. Stay Tuned for news of the new home of the GMV 6 display in future.  Read More →

Community TV LIVE Web Streaming

Community TV LIVE Web Streaming
As Community TV prepares to move to online broadcasting, they are all gradually getting their online streaming services going. All of the stations will have an online video portal on their websites, with both live and on-demand video abilities. These are all of a similar design, due to the stations getting together to develop the website designs and systems. As these portals launch, they will... 

Regional Qld TV now on PLUS7 live.

Regional Qld TV now on PLUS7 live.
Regional Queensland Channel 7 is now available on PLUS 7 live! View them under the Queensland region setting at:- https://au.tv.yahoo.com/plus7/live/  Read More →

Interested in taking part in an Interview with us?

Interested in taking part in an Interview with us?
Regional TV Australia is going to be recording more interviews soon in Shepparton, VIC and also in Albury/Wodonga. If you have been involved in the Regional TV industry, and you live in these areas, we would love to hear your story! We are interested in anyone who has worked in the industry in any capacity. Contact Michael by email for more information on our project. UPDATE: April 13, 2015 :-... 

Charlie and Martin (MTN 9 & RVN 2)

Charlie and Martin (MTN 9 & RVN 2)
Martin Johnson sent us this video contribution to Regional TV Australia, talking briefly about his time at MTN 9 Griffith and RVN 2 Wagga Wagga….. with a little help from his mate Charlie! Note the original MTN 9 Title Card at the start of the video, and as Charlie says – he hasn’t aged a bit! Thanks for your contribution, Martin! For Martin’s video business, please visit... 

Brian Smith Interview

Brian Smith Interview
Brian Smith started in television at GMV 6 in Shepparton in 1964, moving on to MTN 9 in Griffith and CTC TV in Canberra before moving on to GTV 9 in Melbourne. Wayne Collyer interviews Brian about his start in television, and his experiences during his long career in the industry. Special THANK YOU to Greensborough Motor Inn for the use of their dining room as a location for the interview. Click... 

YOUR TOWN – needs LOCALLY RUN COMMUNITY TV!

YOUR TOWN – needs LOCALLY RUN COMMUNITY TV!
YOUR TOWN – needs LOCALLY RUN COMMUNITY TV! Please don’t let Capital City Community TV expand into Regional Areas unchecked!   C31 Melbourne have recently gone to the Regional Victorian towns of Ballarat and Bendigo, trying to recruit new Community TV Producers. They also seem to want to get the government to let them expand their Melbourne based service to these Regional Areas, and on... 

Information and Items Wanted – GLV8/10

Information and Items Wanted - GLV8/10
Information and items needed for a book on the history of GLV10/8 Traralgon…… Please email Adam at burrageadam@yahoo.com.au if you can help. If you have a Regional TV related project, such as publishing a book, let me know. I am happy to promote your project here.  Read More →

Photos of Regional TV Stations

Photos of Regional TV Stations
As I go on drives into Regional Areas of Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia, I take the time to get photos of Regional TV Stations as they are now. Over time, I will search for these photos in the files from my cameras and start posting them on this site. In the meantime, some of the photos can be seen on my Flickr page  Read More →

GMV 6 Reunion

GMV 6 Reunion
Around 120 former employees of GMV 6 (now WIN TV) gathered at the Shepparton RSL on the 5th November, 2011 for dinner and on the following Sunday for a Counter Lunch. Many of the towns former TV hosts, news reporters and newsreaders returned, as well as a large number of those who worked behind the scenes putting programs together for the local area. A highlight of the reunion was an extensive display... 
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