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1956 1956–1960 1960–1963 1963–1974 1974–2002 2001
1956 1956–1960 1960–1963 1963–1974 1974–2002 2001
2002–2005 2005–2008 2008–2011 2011–2014 2014–2019 2019–present
2002–2005 2005–2008 2008–2011 2011–2014 2014–2019 2019–present

ABV-2 Melbourne

1956

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ABV-2 Melbourne began transmission on 19 November 1956. This logo was used in articles promoting the launch of the channel. The callsign stood for ABC Victoria.

1956–1960

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1960–1963

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On 29 April 1963, relay station ABEV-1 Bendigo began transmission, this was followed on 20 May by ABRV-3 Ballarat.

ABC-TV Victoria

1963–1974

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On September 30, 1963, relay station ABLV-4 Latrobe Valley began transmission, this was followed on 28 November by ABGV-3 Goulburn Valley then on 15 December 1964 by ABAV-1 Upper Murray, on 30 July 1965 by ABSV-2 Swan Hill, and on 22 November by ABMV-4 Mildura/Sunraysia.

1974–2002

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In July 1981, ABWV-5A Western Victoria began transmission. In order to accomodate FM radio, ABRV-3 moved to VHF-11 sometime around 1991. It would move again in 2000 to UHF-42 in order to accomodate digital television in Melbourne. Other relay stations, such as ABGV-3, ABLV-4, and ABMV-4, would also move in 1991 to accommodate FM radio (to ABGV-40, ABLV-40, and ABMV-6 respectively). In 1992, a Como inner-city translator would open in Melbourne on UHF-61.

2001

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2002–2005

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2005–2008

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ABC1 Victoria

2008–2011

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After the analogue signal in Mildura/Sunraysia is switched off on 30 June 2010, ABMV-6 moves to VHF-11.

2011–2014

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ABC Victoria

2014–2019

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2019–present

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