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ABC (TV station)

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Australian Broadcasting Corporation logo (1974-).svg
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
ChannelsDigital: 8 (VHF)
AffiliationsABC Television
OwnerAustralian Broadcasting Corporation
First air date
18 December 1962; 57 years ago (1962-12-18)
Former channel number(s)
3 (VHF) (1962–1996)(analogue)
9 (VHF) (1996–2012)(analogue)
9A (VHF) (2003-2014) (digital)
Call sign meaning
ABC Canberra
Technical information
ERP160 kW (analogue)
50 kW (digital)
HAAT349 m (analogue)
362 m (digital)[1]
Transmitter coordinates35°16′32″S 149°5′52″E / 35.27556°S 149.09778°E / -35.27556; 149.09778 (ABC)
Translator(s)Analogue: ABC49 Conder
ABC55 Mount Taylor
ABC56 Fraser
ABC60 Tuggeranong Hill
Digital: ABC41 Mount Taylor and Tuggeranong Hill

ABC is the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's television station in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. The station began broadcasting on 18 December 1962 and broadcasts from studios in Dickson. Its main transmitter is at Black Mountain.

ABC Canberra studios
ABC Canberra studios

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Local programming

ABC News Canberra is presented by Dan Bourchier on weeknights and Craig Allen on weekends. The weeknight bulletins incorporate a national finance section presented by Alan Kohler in Melbourne.

A new studio set was introduced in mid-2014 to match the rest of the ABC News network.

The weekly current affairs program, 7.30 ACT was presented by Chris Kimball until its cancellation in 2014.[2]


This page was last edited on 14 October 2020, at 00:44
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