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1968–1971 1971–1974 1968-1974 1972–1974 1974–1991
1968–1971 1971–1974 1968-1974 1972–1974 1974–1991
1991–1996 1996–2006 2006–2019 2018–present
1991–1996 1996–2006 2006–2019 2018–present

GTS-4 Port Pirie


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GTS-4 Port Pirie began transmission on 1 March 1968. Its coverage later expanded with the addition of relay stations GTS-5 Port-Lincoln and GTS-8 Cornwell. The callsign stood for Spencer Gulf Telecasters South Australia.


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BKN-7 Broken Hill


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BKN-7 Broken Hill began transmission on 16 August 1968. The callsign stood for BroKen Hill New South Wales.



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In 1974, both GTS and BKN merged to form Spencer Gulf Telecasters and broadcasted under the name GTS/BKN Television. Each station also used a localised variant logo with “GTS-4” or “BKN-7” inside the white circle as seen on “Standing By for Relay” holding slides and station letterheads.

Central Television Network GTS/BKN


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In 1991, the station started broadcasting under the name Central GTS/BKN. This logo would have also been used by Imparja Television in Alice Springs, SES-8 in Mount Gambier and RTS-5a in Loxton in addition to GTS/BKN around the same time. GTS/BKN would be the only channel to use this branding on-air.

Central Television GTS/BKN


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In 2000, the station was bought by Southern Cross Broadcasting but retained the name 'Central' until 2006. In 2003, Spencer Gulf Telecasters won the right to broadcast a second station in the same area. On 1 January 2004, SGS-42/SCN-9A began transmission as Ten-affiliated station Southern Cross Ten.

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In January 2006, the station was renamed Southern Cross GTS/BKN and adopted the logo used by TNT Tasmania, TND Darwin and QQQ Central. On 31 October 2010, a third station GDS-42/BDN-7 began transmission as a relay of Nine Network programs from Sydney and Adelaide. This logo was still being used as a secondary logo until January 2019.

Seven Spencer Gulf/Broken Hill


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On 1 July 2018, the stations were rebranded to Seven Spencer Gulf and Seven Broken Hill, however the Seven GTS/BKN branding is mainly used.