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TV8 Network PRG – AO classification (Transparent Video)

TV8 Network PRG - AO classification (Transparent Video)
TV8 PRG – AO class TV8 PRG – AO class Click on the pictures above to download the Transparent .FLV video of the Southern Cross TV8 Program Return Graphic from 1986. The video has “Alpha Channel” applied for overlaying on other videos! Or view the video below :-  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 →

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... 

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 →

Mildura Goes All Digital!

Mildura Goes All Digital!
Regional TV Australia traveled to Mildura on 30th June, 2010 to watch the first Analog TV Transmitters get switched off. This region was chosen for to be the first area in Australia to have the Analog services switched off due to the vast majority of people in the area upgrading to digital to take advantage of extra channels only provided in Digital format. The Analog signals were switched off at... 
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