Nine Network

Australian television network

Nine Network, also known as Channel Nine or simply Nine, is an Australian commercial free-to-air television network. It is one of the three major television networks in Australia. It was launched on 16 September 1956.

Nine Network
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Launched16 September 1956; 63 years ago (1956-09-16)
Owned byNine Entertainment Co.
Picture format576i (SDTV) 16:9
1080i (HDTV) 16:9
Audience share29.4% nationally (2019 ratings year, [1])
SloganWe Are The One
CountryAustralia
LanguageEnglish
Broadcast areaSydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin, Northern NSW & Gold Coast
AffiliatesSCA Nine (QLD/NSW/ACT/VIC), Imparja Television (Central), Southern Cross Television (Spencer Gulf/Broken Hill), Mildura Digital Television (Mildura), West Digital Television (WA), Tasmanian Digital Television (Tasmania) WIN Television (Griffith/Eastern SA)
HeadquartersSydney, New South Wales
Formerly calledNational Television Network (1956-1967)
National Nine Network (1967-1991)
Sister channel(s)9HD
9Gem
9Go!
9Life
9Rush
Website9now.com.au
Availability
Terrestrial
TCN Sydney
(DVB-T 64-QAM)
1057 @ 8 (191.5 MHz)[2]
GTV Melbourne
(DVB-T 64-QAM)
1073 @ 8 (191.6 MHz)
QTQ Brisbane/Sunshine Coast
(DVB-T 64-QAM)
1025 @ 8 (191.5 MHz)
NWS Adelaide
(DVB-T 64-QAM)
1105 @ 8 (191.5 MHz)
STW Perth/Mandurah
(DVB-T 64-QAM)
1025 @ 8 (191.5 MHz)
NTD Darwin
(DVB-T)
TBA @ 31 (550.5 MHz)
Freeview Nine owned (virtual)9/91
Freeview 9HD (virtual)90/80/50
Freeview Nine owned Northern NSW (virtual)8/81
Freeview SCA regional (virtual)5/51
Freeview WIN Griffith NSW/Eastern SA (virtual)5
Freeview Imparja regional (virtual)9/91
Satellite
TCN Sydney
(DVB-S QPSK)
1051 @ 12094 MHz
(Foxtel Optus D3)
GTV Melbourne
(DVB-S QPSK)
1041 @ 12094 MHz
(Foxtel Optus D3)
QTQ Brisbane
(DVB-S QPSK)
1021 @ 12094 MHz
(Foxtel Optus D3)
Foxtel (virtual)100
VAST (virtual)9 or 8
Cable
Foxtel/Optus (virtual)100/209
Streaming media
9Now

ProgrammingEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Cooper, Nathanael (2019-12-01). "Nine emerges from the ratings wilderness to snatch Seven's lead with a steady ship". Sydney Morning Herald. Archived from the original on 2019-12-01. Retrieved 2019-12-01.
  2. "Australian Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting Service Information Register" (PDF). FreeTV Australia. 2013-02-17. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2017-01-01. Retrieved 2013-05-08.

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