Last updated on 19 May 2006 at 04:41:51 UTC
|Southern Cross Ten is a commercial television broadcaster with services covering
regional Queensland, New South Wales,
Australian Capital Territory and Victoria.
Southern Cross Ten is affiliated to
Network Ten and is owned
and operated by
Southern Cross Broadcasting|
Southern Cross Ten was formed in 2002 by the acquisition of the following services:
- Ten Victoria (already a part of the Southern Cross Network) -
see Eight Network
- Ten Queensland (formerly QTV, owned by Telecasters Australia) - see TNQ7 Townsville and
- Ten Northern New South Wales (formerly Northern Rivers Television (NRTV), owned by Telecasters
Australia) - see NRN11 Coffs Harbour and RTN8 Lismore
- Ten Capital (southern New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory) - see CTC7 Canberra
Since then, a Southern Cross Ten service has been established as a supplementary solus ('section 38A')
service throughout most of the
Southern Cross GTS/BKN
covering the Spencer Gulf region of South Australia as well as Broken Hill, NSW.
Following the recent rebranding of most of their Seven-aligned stations with their new 'star' corporate
branding, Southern Cross Broadcasting have rebranded their Southern Cross Ten stations
with a version of the 'star' logo in Network Ten
switchover took place on 14 August 2005.