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Channels 8 and 10 (GLV/BCV/STV) (Bendigo/Traralgon/Mildura)
BCV Channel 8
In 1973, an affiliation was formed between BCV-8, STV-8, and GLV-10 which formed the Television Centre of Victoria (TCV).
STV Channel 8
GLV Channel 10
GLV Channel 8
Southern Cross TV8 (Bendigo/Traralgon)
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Capital 7 (Canberra)
North Queensland Television (Cairns/Townsville)
Northern Rivers Television (Coffs Harbour/Lismore)
Less than a year after commencing transmission, NRN-10 was granted approval to change its frequency to 11 following reports that the channel 10 signal was being affected by interference.
In 1969, NRN-11 merged with Lismore station RTN-8 after a failed merger with ECN-8, who later merged with Tamworth station NEN-9 (now Prime7).
In 1975 NRN-11, in partnership with DDQ-10/DDQ-5a, SDQ-4, RTN-8, NEN-9, and ECN-8 renamed themselves Great Eastland Television Network. In 1987, NRN reverted to the NRTV brand.
Southern Cross Network (Victoria)
Ten Affiliates (region name)
In late 1993 SCN, Capital Television, QTV and NRTV all affiliated themselves with the Ten Network.
Southern Cross Ten
Southern Cross Ten ended on 30 June 2016 in Southern NSW, and it was still used in Northern NSW until it replaces with WIN Television on 31 August 2017. This logo only remains in use with Southern Cross SGS/SCN in South Australia.
Southern Cross Nine
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Southern Cross switched affiliation from Network Ten to the Nine Network on 1 July 2016 after they signed a new affiliation deal with Nine in April 2016. It features Nine's current branding as well as their on-air presentation.
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