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ATN-7 Sydney began transmission on 2 December 1956. The callsign stood for Amalgamated Television New South Wales. A relay station would later open up at Kings Cross, Sydney on UHF-46.
ATN-7 adopted this logo at the start of the colour test transmissions on 19 October 1974. In February 1983, ATN-7 move their Kings Cross relay station to UHF-49 after ABN-2 and SBS both begin transmission from that translator, taking up UHF-46.
Television in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory
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