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GEM began transmission on 26 September 2010 taking over from Nine HD. The channel launched one day after Seven Network's multichannel 7mate began transmission. The name 'GEM' itself stood for General Entertainment and Movies, and was a reference to the channel's picture clarity, being in High Definition at the time.
2015–2017, 2017–present (secondary)
On 26 November 2015, GEM was downgraded to standard definition (to accomedate Nine HD's relaunch) and was renamed 9Gem. The name change came about as the Nine Network sort out to rebrand most of their channels by adding the iconic Nine dots.
After signing a new deal with Southern Cross Austereo on the 1th July 2016, 9Gem is now broadcast by Southern Cross in regional Queensland, Southern NSW/ACT, Regional Victoria, and Spencer Gulf SA/Broken Hill NSW on channel 52.
While the 2015 logo remains as a secondary logo, 9Gem created several colour variations in 2018.
An HD simulcast began on channel 95 in advance of The Ashes cricket tournament and the remaining Australian matches of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. 9GemHD took over the defunct feed for Nine's Your Money. It went live in Darwin on 14 June 2019, in Perth, Brisbane, and Adelaide on 19 June and in Sydney and Melbourne a day later. On 1 August, NBN upgraded 9Gem to HD in Northern New South Wales and the Gold Coast.
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