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CTC-7 Canberra



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CTC-7 Canberra began transmission on 2 June 1962. Shortly after commencing transmission, relay stations would be installed at both Goulburn and Cooma on VHF-10. The callsign stood for Capital Television Canberra.


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Capital 7 - Australian Capital Television



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On 15 July 1981, CTC-7 underwent a major rebranding and renamed themselves Capital 7 - Australian Capital Television with their new logo based on the design and colours of the Australian flag.


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The flag logo was modified in 1984, making it more wavy in design.

By the 1980's, CTC-7 was broadcasting to both Goulburn and Cooma on VHF-10, with translators at Bombala on VHF-2, Tuggeranong Valley on UHF-63, and Jindabyne on UHF-66.

On 7 August 1987, Kerry Stokes sold CTC to Northern Star Holdings, owners of Network Ten. With a swap to VHF-10 not viable due to CTC already broadcasting on said signal in Cooma and Goulburn, the name Capital 7 would remain.

Capital Television (first era)

By the end of 1988, Capital 7's news bulletin would be rebranded Ten News and the station name Capital 7 would disappear and Capital Television would arrive.

March–July 1989

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On 31 March 1989 to affiliate itself with Network Ten, CTC launched its Illawarra & Regional Sydney (Wollongong) service on UHF-62.

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July 1989–1991

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On 27 October 1989, the station was sold to Charles Curran's Capital Television Group so the network could be rescued from its financial difficulties, thus ending CTC's brief stint as a fully-fledged member of Network Ten.

On 30 December 1989, the channel expanded to the Central Tablelands (Orange) on UHF-33, and to the Central Western Slopes (Dubbo) and South Western Slopes/Eastern Riverina (Wagga-Wagga) on UHF-35.

Capital Television (second era)


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Ten Capital


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In May 1994, Southern Cross Broadcasting brought CTC and thus Capital Television was rebranded to Ten Capital. Local content wasn’t axed until 2001.



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Nine Canberra


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CTC switched affiliation from Network Ten to the Nine Network on 1 July 2016 after they signed a new affiliation deal with Nine in April 2016. It uses Nine's current metro branding.

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