7’s Good Vibtations from the late 80s/early 90s was much better
Can’t believe this happened 25 years ago this week. That day, January 9, was a landmark moment in my life for a few reasons. This event added to the significance. An exciting day turned into a terrifying day.
There’s an upcoming doco on ABC 3 February
SCA-produced promo for advertising on One HD. Randomly came across this while doing a YT search.
I’m sorry it this was off topic, but anyone know the chick at the start and the end of this promo?:
Just stumbled on this 2017 segment from 3AW’s Nightline, with guests Annette Allison and Roy Hampson who were hosts of Good Morning Melbourne for ten years from 1979 to 1988 but both had been in TV long before then.
Lots of reminiscing about the old days of Channel 0, as Roy was there from before the channel launched in 1964
A documentary airing in 2012 celebrating TNT’s 50th anniversary. Capture by @RetroTvVideos
No, it’s just not cricket!
The reason why “citation needed” is beside that statement is because someone has questioned the accuracy of it. I say the statement is not correct as ABC was producing regional news up until early 1985 before The National commenced.
Well I didn’t know why they are doing reconstruction very well #myfriends - considering this one is in PNG and there are very rare archive about this station #myfriends !!!
There’s also some more AU regional TV logo in PNG - please go to Logopedia #myfriends
There’s a lot of Australian TV logos at Logopedia, not just for regional TV.
That board game is one of my favourite TV show board games ever. Played it as a kid.
This is the Living your kind of Life(BTV/GMV 6) in English and Cantonesse version on the ATV in Hong Kong 1982
they had the same owner from 1970 to 1979-ish so it’s probably to be expected
And that there’s not much you can do with the Number 0 for a logo!
Universal Telecasters, right #myfriends ???
TVQ0’s licencee was Universal Telecasters, which after the licence was issued in 1964 was subject to an aggressive takeover attempt by Reg Ansett who owned Austarama Television (ATV0) in Melbourne. Ansett ended up with around 49% share in Universal Telecasters. (It was probably no coincidence that Ansett also happened to be an unsuccessful applicant for the Brisbane Channel 0 licence, so he was clearly determined to get it one way or another)
By 1970, Ansett bought Universal Telecasters outright and owned it up until about 1980 when it was sold off to a joint venture between Ampol and radio station 2SM. (About a year or so after he had sold ATV0 to Rupert Murdoch)