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1988–2006 2006–2008 2008–present
1988–2006 2006–2008 2008–present


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Imparja Television began transmission on 2 January 1988. Imparja Television's first logo was developed from a painting produced by an Arrernte artist and traditional owner. The logo symbolised the MacDonnell Ranges, the Todd River and the Yeperenye Caterpillar.

Imparja is generally available on the VAST or Optus Aurora platforms, though in some locations it is broadcast terrestrially. While it broadcasts mostly in the Northern Territory, its signal also reaches remote parts of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, and Norfolk Island.


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An updated version designed by Bruce Dunlop Associates debuted on 30 January 2006, adding a blue sphere behind the emblem instead of using a box.


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On 14 January 2008 when Imparja re-affiliated with Nine Network, the long-time emblem was replaced by the Nine dots. This coincided with Imparja dropping Network Ten and becoming a sole Nine Network affiliation.