Ten (HD simulcast)
Network Ten launched a high definition simulcast of its main channel in 2001. The channel had no unique branding, instead re-using Network Ten's branding.
2007–2009One HD (now One).
Ten SD2 (2007–2009)
To allow viewers with non-HD televisions to access Ten HD's breakaway programming, a standard definition simulcast was launched on channel 11 called Ten SD2. It's logo mirrored the logo of Ten HD, except with "SD" instead of "HD" and with a big number 2 next to the logo. Ten SD2 was replaced by One SD, a standard definition simulcast of One HD.
2016–presentTen HD was restored as a high definition simulcast of Ten on 2 March 2016 on channel 13. As a result, One was reduced to a standard definition broadcast.
Free-to-Air TV in Australia
| ABC (HD) | SBS (HD) | Seven (HD) | Nine (HD) | Ten (HD)
Network Ten (HD) | Eleven | One | TVSN1 | Spree TV