TEN West launch for regional WA

June 10th will bring good news to viewers in regional and remote areas of Western Australia.

On that date a third digital-only commercial television service will be introduced and digital simulcasting of current services will be progressively extended into the Geraldton, Kalgoorlie and Western Zone television licence areas.

Digital simulcasts of the current WIN and Prime television services will commence on June 10th at transmitter sites at Mingenew, Kalgoorlie and Karratha. On the same date, a new digital-only third commercial television service will commence at all digital sites.

The exact timing of the roll out will be made available on ACMA’s website after being submitted by broadcasters.

Source: ACMA

11 Comments:

  1. Ten West will launch with goes digital transmission in regional WA, Ten West showed a direct feed of Ten Perth.

    The as of 2010, does new show any Ten programming, except for sports telecasts on ONE HD

  2. “ACMA has also allocated a satellite TV licence to a joint venture of Southern Cross and Imparja for Central and Eastern Australia region. So finally, people living in the remote part of northern and western Australia will get to see a full range of Channel Ten programs, at last.”

    woohoo! brilliant!

  3. ACMA has also allocated a satellite TV licence to a joint venture of Southern Cross and Imparja for Central and Eastern Australia region. So finally, people living in the remote part of northern and western Australia will get to see a full range of Channel Ten programs, at last.

  4. William Walker

    Clint

    TEN West is a joint venture shared between WIN and GWN. similar to DDT, TDT and MDV. So both WIN and GWN will be responsible for owning TEN West.

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