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 at the time 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.
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Television in Tasmania
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