ABC (Australian TV channel)

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ABC (formerly known as The ABC National Television Service or ABC-TV from 1956 until 2008, and as ABC1 from 2008 until 2014) is a national public television network in Australia.wikipedia
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Television broadcasting in Australia

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ABC (formerly known as The ABC National Television Service or ABC-TV from 1956 until 2008, and as ABC1 from 2008 until 2014) is a national public television network in Australia.
ABC, ABC2, ABC Me and ABC News are available nationally, in addition to Australia Plus, focused at the Asia-Pacific region.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation

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Launched on 5 November 1956 it is the responsibility of the ABC's television division, and is available nationally. ABC iview is a video on demand and Catch up TV service run by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
On 8 February 2008, ABC TV was rebranded as ABC1, complementing the existing ABC2 digital-only channel which was launched on 7 March 2005.

ABC Television

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Launched on 5 November 1956 it is the responsibility of the ABC's television division, and is available nationally.
Teletext services were introduced to ABC in 1983 to allow hearing-impaired viewers access to closed captions.

Four Corners (Australian TV program)

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Weekly current-affairs programme Four Corners began in 1961, followed in the same year by Profiles of Power, a series of interviews with prominent Australians. Other flagship programmes, which include Four Corners, Australian Story, Foreign Correspondent, Lateline and 7.30, are broadcast in primetime and are widely respected for their agenda-setting journalism.
Broadcast on ABC in HDTV, it premiered on 19 August 1961 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2011.

The 7.30 Report

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Having proved unsuccessful, it reverted to a state ABC News bulletin at 7:00 pm, with a state-based edition of The 7.30 Report following afterwards.
The 7.30 Report is an Australian week-nightly television current affairs program, which was shown on ABC1 and ABC News 24 at 7.30 pm from 1986 to 2011.

Lateline

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Lateline and Media Watch also launched in the 1980s. Other flagship programmes, which include Four Corners, Australian Story, Foreign Correspondent, Lateline and 7.30, are broadcast in primetime and are widely respected for their agenda-setting journalism.
The program initially aired weeknights on ABC TV.

ABC Comedy

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These idents were also carried onto ABC2 (now ABC Comedy), which launched in the same year.
The channel broadcasts a range of comedy supplemented with repeats of popular ABC TV programmes.

ABC News (Australia)

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Having proved unsuccessful, it reverted to a state ABC News bulletin at 7:00 pm, with a state-based edition of The 7.30 Report following afterwards. In addition, ABC News Breakfast is broadcast each weekday morning and it is also shown on the ABC News channel, The Midday Report, a national weekday edition of ABC News, is broadcast at noon live from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's studios in Ultimo, Sydney.
News Breakfast is broadcast weekdays from 6am - 9am on ABC and the ABC News channel from ABC's Melbourne studios and is presented by Michael Rowland and Lisa Millar, sports presenter Paul Kennedy and weather presenter Nate Byrne.

ABN (TV station)

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Commercial station TCN-9 Sydney was the first to broadcast in Australia, soon followed by the ABC's own ABN-2 Sydney and later ABV-2 in Melbourne.

News Breakfast

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In addition, ABC News Breakfast is broadcast each weekday morning and it is also shown on the ABC News channel, The Midday Report, a national weekday edition of ABC News, is broadcast at noon live from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's studios in Ultimo, Sydney.
It is broadcast on ABC and ABC News channel from 6:00 am to 9:00 am AEST/AEDT on weekdays and is hosted by Michael Rowland and Lisa Millar.

ABC News (Australian TV channel)

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In addition, ABC News Breakfast is broadcast each weekday morning and it is also shown on the ABC News channel, The Midday Report, a national weekday edition of ABC News, is broadcast at noon live from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's studios in Ultimo, Sydney. June 2010 saw ABC1's high definition digital transmission terminated, to be replaced with a fourth channel, ABC News 24.
The channel replaced the former ABC HD channel (which simulcast ABC TV in high definition) and commenced broadcasting as ABC News 24 at 7:30 pm (AEST) (5:30 pm AWST) on Thursday, 22 July 2010.

Landline (TV series)

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In addition, Landline, Insiders, Media Watch cover rural, political and business, and media affairs respectively.
Landline is an Australian national rural issues television program broadcast on ABC.

Foreign Correspondent (TV series)

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Other flagship programmes, which include Four Corners, Australian Story, Foreign Correspondent, Lateline and 7.30, are broadcast in primetime and are widely respected for their agenda-setting journalism.
Foreign Correspondent is a weekly Australian documentary series and current affairs program screened on ABC, Tuesdays at 8:00 pm (AEDT), Wednesdays at 11.30am as well as on ABC News on Saturdays at 6.30pm.

Insiders (Australian TV program)

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In addition, Landline, Insiders, Media Watch cover rural, political and business, and media affairs respectively.
Broadcast on ABC on Sunday mornings at 9am, the program also features many regular commentators from various Australian media outlets and think tanks.

Digital terrestrial television in Australia

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The year 2001 saw the launch of a new logo to celebrate the introduction of digital terrestrial television in Australia.
The service showed a range of repeated news, current affairs, children's and educational programs originally shown on ABC1 as well as a number of original programs launched later on, such as Australia Wide, Short and Curly and Late Night Legends.

ABC iview

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ABC iview is a video on demand and Catch up TV service run by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
ABC iview provides on-demand access to almost all the TV programs that are broadcast on ABC TV linear broadcast channels (ABC, ABC Comedy, ABC Me, ABC Kids, ABC News), as well as simulcast live streams of those channels and original content and programs acquired exclusively for ABC iview.

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in addition to Tiwi Islands Football League and Australian Rugby Championship.
The Grand Final of the TIFL is broadcast each year on ABC Northern and more recently, nationally on ABC2 and ABC.

West Australian Football League

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ABC Sport currently broadcasts Grandstand which includes the state football leagues such as New South Wales Rugby Union, Queensland Rugby League, Victorian Football League, Tasmanian Football League, South Australian Football League, West Australian Football League, and Northern Territory Football League.
Previously, the WAFL match of the round was broadcast on ABC throughout Western Australia every Saturday afternoon during the regular home and away season.

GTK (TV series)

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During the 1960s and early 1970s the channel continued to broadcast programmes on popular music, including the pop show Hitscene, performance specials by groups such as Tully and Max Merritt & The Meteors, as well as the magazine-style programme GTK, which premiered in 1969 and screened for 10 minutes, four nights per week at 6:30 pm, immediately prior to Bellbird and the 7:00 pm news bulletin.

Media Watch (TV program)

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Lateline and Media Watch also launched in the 1980s. In addition, Landline, Insiders, Media Watch cover rural, political and business, and media affairs respectively.

ABC HD (Australian TV channel)

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June 2010 saw ABC1's high definition digital transmission terminated, to be replaced with a fourth channel, ABC News 24.

W-League (Australia)

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ABC Sport currently holds the broadcast rights to a range of sports, which are broadcast on ABC, these include the Women's Australian Open, W-League, Women's National Basketball League, AFC Women's Asian Cup as well as state football league competitions which include Australian rules football and rugby league.
Since July 2019, Foxtel has broadcast all matches and ABC has broadcast one match per round live on its primary channel.

ABC Guide

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The ABC Guide featured a primetime television guide for the programming of both ABC TV and ABC2.

ABC Kids (Australia)

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ABC Kids shares the same bandwidth as ABC Comedy which broadcasts outside ABC Kids' scheduled hours and supplements the flagship ABC channel with extra adult-oriented programming.

Australian Story

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Other flagship programmes, which include Four Corners, Australian Story, Foreign Correspondent, Lateline and 7.30, are broadcast in primetime and are widely respected for their agenda-setting journalism.