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Ctc69 CTC 7 (1970) CTC TV Color CTC TV Canberra 1979 CTC7 1976-79 2 CTC7 1980-81
1962–1969 1970–1978 1974–1978 1978–1981 1978–1980 1980–1981
 
Capital 7 1981 Capital 7 1986 CTC-7 (1989) 10 TV Australia Capital CTC7 1991-94 Ten Capital 1994
1981–1984 1984–1989 March–July 1989 July 1989–1991 1991–1994 1994–1999
 
CTC1994 SC10 2002-05 Southern Cross Ten Nine2012 Glossed Logo
1999–2002 2002–2005 2005–2016 2016–present


CTC-7 Canberra

1962–1969

Ctc69


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

1970–1978

CTC 7 (1970)

1974–1978

CTC TV Color

1978–1981

CTC TV Canberra 1979

1978–1980

CTC7 1976-79 2


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1980–1981

CTC7 1980-81


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Capital 7 - Australian Capital Television

1981–1989

1981–1984

Capital 7 1981

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.

1984–1989

Capital 7 1986

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

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 Tuggeranong Valley, 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

CTC-7 (1989)

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

10 Capital

July 1989–1991

10 TV Australia Capital

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)

1991–1994

CTC7 1991-94

Ten Capital

1994–1999

Ten Capital 1994

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

1999–2002

CTC1994

Southern Cross Ten Southern NSW

2002–2005

SC10 2002-05

2005–2016

Southern Cross Ten

Nine Southern NSW

2016–present

Nine2012 Glossed Logo

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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