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1992–1995 1995–1999 2000–2003 2003–present
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WBQ-8 Wide Bay/Maryborough


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WBQ-8 Wide Bay/Maryborough began transmission on 10 April 1965. Relay stations were later set up at Black Mountain (Gympie) on VHF-1 and at Mulguidie (Monto) on VHF-5. The callsign stood for Wide Bay Queensland.


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In 1976, another translator was setup at Nambour (Dulong) on VHF-10. A similar stylised logo resembling this one would later be used by NBC affiliate WFLA-TV in Tampa–St. Petersburg, Florida, in the U.S. from 1982 to 1989.

SEQ Sunshine Television


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In 1977, WBQ-8 changed their callsign to SEQ, which stood for South East Queensland and their on-air identity to SEQ Sunshine Television. In 1988, SEQ-10 moved to UHF-55.

MVQ-6 Mackay


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MVQ-6 Mackay began transmission on 9 August 1968. By the early 1970s, their coverage would expand with a translator station in Collinsville on VHF-11. Later, more translator stations would be installed at Nebo and Clermont on VHF-8, Moranbah on VHF-11, Dysart on VHF-6, Middlemount on VHF-10, and Glenden on UHF-32. The callsign stood for Mackay Vision Queensland.


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In 1982, MVQ-6 changed their on-air identity to Tropical Television, as part of their campaign. In 1987, both MVQ-6 and SEQ-8 are purchased by Christopher Skase's Qintex Limited.

Sunshine Television Network



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On 31 December 1990, Regional Queensland was aggregated and both SEQ-8 Maryborough and MVQ-6 Mackay were merged into the Sunshine Television Network, a Seven Network affiliate. The official callsign is STQ and it stands for Sunshine Television Queensland. On the same day, coverage expands into Cairns and the Southern Downs on UHF-33, Darling Downs/Toowoomba on UHF-35, Rockhampton on UHF-31, and Townsville on UHF-34.


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Following the collapse of Qintex, ownership of Sunshine Television Network is transferred to Gosford Communications in 1992.

Seven Queensland


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In July 1995, Sunshine Television Network was purchased by Seven, and became Seven Queensland.


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