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TVQ-0 Brisbane began transmission on 1 July 1965. Due to TV sets in regional Queensland (including Toowoomba) already receiving DDQ-10, TVQ was allocated the '0' signal. The callsign stood for TeleVision Queensland.
From 1973 to 1983, TVQ used the same logos as ATV Melbourne.
This logo was adopted by TVQ-0 in April 1983 when the station was renamed TV0. This logo, a neon sign-style circle with "TV" in the centre, was based on the logo used by Network Ten's Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide stations. TVQ also opened their first UHF channel on the Gold Coast with UHF-46 broadcasting from Mt. Tambourine. This would be followed in 1988 by TVQ's second Gold Coast channel UHF-30 broadcasting from Currumbin.
TVQ-0 adopted this logo on 10 September 1988 when it changed frequency and became Brisbane TEN. At the same time, regional station DDQ-10 Toowoomba moved to channel 0 and changed its name to Vision TV. TVQ's change of frequency would not affect their UHF channels on the Gold Coast.
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