Which was the first Australian regional commercial television station to commence regular transmission?
GLV Latrobe Valley (Traralgon), which commenced regular service on 9 December 1961.
Which regional commercial station was known as the Two States Station due to the location of its studio and transmitter in separate states?
AMV Upper Murray (Albury). Its studios were located in Union Road Lavington (NSW) while its transmitter was at Mount Barraduda (Vic).
What was the longest-running non-news program to be produced at a regional commercial television station?
The cooking program, Radiant Living, which was produced at FNQ Cairns from 1966 until 1995.
Which regional stations produced their own local versions of the international pre-school program Romper Room?
RTN Richmond-Tweed (Lismore), NBN Newcastle, CBN Central Tablelands (Orange)/ CWN Central Western Slopes (Dubbo) and MTN Murrumbidgee Irrigation Areas (Griffith).
Which regional station was completely destroyed by Cyclone Tracy in December 1974.
NTD Darwin. The station was off-air for 10 months and resumed a limited service in October 1975.
Which regional station was the 'birthplace' of GWN7 mascot Doopa Dog?
Which regional station was known as the 'Top of the Nation' station?
Which regional station opened at 7pm on 7 September and broadcast on channel 7?
Which regional station was the first Australian television station to cease trading because of financial difficulties?
ECN Manning River (Taree). The station was subsequently taken over by NEN Upper Namoi (Tamworth).