FANDOM


Contents

Itq81stlogo Itq8 1975 Itqtv1985 QSTV (1988) QTV 1991-93 Ten 1991-99
1971–1976 1976–1984 1984–1990 1988–1990 1990–1993 1993–1999
 
Seven Central 1999 Seven Central 2000-2003 Seven Central 2003-2005 1000px-Southern Cross svg Seven Central Logo (2018)  
1999 2000–2003 2003–2005 2005–2018 2018-present


The channel is available via the VAST Satellite as Seven Central North in Australian Eastern Standard Time in Northern Territory and Queensland (Northern Australia TV3 licence area), and as Seven Central South in Australian Eastern Summer Time in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and Norfolk Island (South Eastern Australia TV3 licence area). Seven Central is also available in Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea through the HiTRON subscription television service.

ITQ-8

1971–1976

Itq81stlogo

ITQ-8 Mount Isa began transmission on 11 September 1971 and converted to colour in May 1975. The callsign stood for Mount Isa Telecasters Queensland. A relay station would be later set up at Cloncurry on UHF-68.

1976–1984

Itq8 1975

1984–1990

Itqtv1985

Queensland Satellite Television

1988–1990

QSTV (1988)

QQQ began transmission on 24 April 1988 as QSTV. The station was owned by Telecasters North Queensland (owners of NQTV) and used the same logo as NQTV. In 1990, ITQ was purchased and became a relay of QQQ. The callsign stood for Queensland Queensland Queensland.

QTV Mount Isa

1990–1993

QTV 1991-93

On 24 December 1990, QSTV was renamed QTV and used the same logo as TNQ upon its aligning with Network Ten.

Ten Satellite

1993–1999

Ten 1991-99

QTV Mount Isa was renamed Ten Satellite in 1993. In December 1998, the ITQ and QQQ signals were aggregated with that of Imparja Television into the Remote Central and Eastern Australia licence area.

Seven Central (first era)

1999

Seven Central 1999

On 1 February 1999, ITQ/QQQ changed its affiliation from Network Ten to the Seven Network and was rebranded Seven Central, as a straight relay of Seven Darwin with local ads.

2000–2003

Seven Central 2000-2003

In July 2001, Telecasters Australia was purchased by Southern Cross Broadcasting, with the station's name eventually changing in 2005 to Southern Cross Central.

2003–2005

Seven (2000)

Southern Cross Central

2005–2018

Southern Cross

Seven Central (second era)

2018–present

Seven Central Logo (2018)

On 1 July 2018, the station changed their name back to Seven Central.


Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.