Tasmanian Digital Television
Tasmanian Digital Television began transmission on 22 December 2003 on digital channel VHF-11. In August 2004, the signal expanded to North-Eastern Tasmania (including Launceston) on UHF-43 and to Kelcey Tier, Devonport in 2006. The rollout would continue over the following years including the rest of the North-West Coast, the West Coast and the East Coast before the digital switchover in 2013.
Although Ten introduced a new logo in 2013, this logo continued to be used on news updates until late 2015.
The affiliation was switched from Network 10 to the Nine Network on 1 July 2016 after they signed a new affiliation deal with Nine in April 2016. It features Nine's current branding as well as their on-air presentation, but the logo itself doesn't commonly appear on-screen. TDT rebroadcasted GTV Mebourne's feed supplemented with local ads.
In 2021, 10 moved to Channels 50-54 with TDT being one of the stations as part of the move.
Free-to-air television in Australia
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Television in Tasmania
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