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Prime (New Zealand) - History
... In June 1998, Prime Television Limited in Australia purchased 34 licenses from United Christian Broadcasters for approximately A$3.6 million ... On 30 August 1998, Prime Television New Zealand began broadcasting at 6.30pm with Two Fat Ladies ... In Waikato and Christchurch, Prime produced a half-hour nightly news programme ...
Timeline Of Australian Television - 1990s
... 1990 Imparja Television begins producing 15-minute local news bulletins inserted into its National Nine News simulcast, entitled Imparja Local News. 24 December WIN Television purchases Network Ten affiliate-to-be Star Television and switches its affiliation to the Nine Network for Queensland ... bill permitting the ABC to provide subscription television services ...
GWN7 - History - 1990s To The 2000s
... Prime Television purchased GWN in November 1996 from Stokes for A$71 million ... WIN Television was granted the rights to a second television licence in regional Western Australia in 1997, ending GWN's monopoly of all three Australian commercial channels ... of the Nine and Ten Network, becoming a sole Seven Network affiliation, in-line with Prime Television in the eastern states ...
Timeline Of Australian Television - 2000s
... by the Seven Network - one of the highest-rating programs ever shown on Australian television. 1 ... January Digital terrestrial television is introduced to audiences in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. 8 June Prime Television axes local news services in Canberra, Wollongong and Newcastle ...
October 18 - Births
1936) 1873 – Ivanoe Bonomi, Italian politician, 25th Prime Minister of Italy (d ... Mitsotakis, Greek politician, Prime Minister of Greece 1918 – Bobby Troup, American singer-songwriter, pianist, and actor (d. 2006) 1919 – Pierre Trudeau, Canadian politician, 15th Prime Minister of Canada (d ...

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