GLV-10 Gippsland/Latrobe Valley
GLV-10 Gippsland/Latrobe Valley began transmission on 9 December 1961, becoming the first regional TV station to launch in Australia. Translator stations were later setup at Toora/Foster on VHF-6, Orbost on VHF-7, and Lakes Entrance on VHF-11. The callsign stood for Gippsland Latrobe Valley Victoria.
Television Centre of Victoria
In April 1973, an affiliation was formed between BCV-8, STV-8, and GLV-10 which became the Television Centre of Victoria (TCV).
Network 8 Victoria (Victorian Broadcasting Network)
On 17 January 1980, GLV changed frequencies from 10 to 8, allowing ATV Melbourne to move to the 10 frequency three days later to solve that channel's reception difficulties from broadcasting on channel 0. As a result of the switch, Channels 8/10 was rebranded Channel 8.
Southern Cross TV8
Southern Cross Network
In September 1993, Southern Cross Network was rebranded SCN TV.
In May 1994, SCN was rebranded Ten Victoria.
On 30 November 2000, GLV moved again to UHF-37 in order to allow GTV-9 Melbourne to commence digital broadcasting on channel 8 without interference.
Southern Cross Ten
Television in Victoria