TNT-9 North-Eastern Tasmania began transmission on 16 May 1962. Translator stations were later setup at Wynard on VHF-5A, VHF-6 in Lileah, VHF-7 in St. Helens, VHF-10 in Burnie, VHF-11 in Smithton, South Launceston, St Mary's and Waratah, and UHF-51 in East Devonport.
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In 1976, TNT-9 adopted the Nine Network's dotty logo.
In 1980, the logo was modified, with nine stars in place of the signature nine dots and the callsign TNT changed to the Broadway typeface.
In 1985, both TVT-6 and TNT-9 are relaunched as TasTV.
Southern Cross Network
In 1989, ENT Ltd. sells TNT-9 to Tricom Corporation (later Southern Cross Broadcasting) and is renamed Southern Cross Network.
Southern Cross Television
In 1994 Southern Cross Network was renamed Southern Cross Television following aggregation in Tasmania.
On 1 July 2018, the station is rebranded Seven Tasmania.
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