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Face TV
Facetv-280px.png
LaunchedFebruary 1st, 2013
Owned byTriangle Television Trust
Picture format576i 4:3/16:9
(native/anamorphic)
Slogan"We Share Your Vision"
CountryNew Zealand
Broadcast areaNew Zealand
HeadquartersAuckland
Replaced
  • Triangle TV
  • Triangle Stratos
Websitefacetv.co.nz
Availability
Satellite
SkyChannel 83
IPTV
Vodafone TVChannel 83
Triangle TV
Triangle TV.PNG
LaunchedAugust 1st, 1998
ClosedJanuary 31st, 2013
Owned byTriangle Television Trust
Picture format576i 4:3/16:9
(native/anamorphic)
Slogan"Committed To Providing The Best In Public Service Broadcasting"
CountryNew Zealand
Broadcast areaAuckland
HeadquartersAuckland
Replaced byFace TV
Websitetritv.co.nz
Availability
Terrestrial
Free-to-air SD
Streaming media
EcastTV Free-to-air SD
Triangle Stratos
Triangle-Stratos-Logo.png
Launched3 October 2007
Closed23 December 2011
Picture format576i 4:3/16:9
(native/anamorphic)
Slogan"Your World is Our World"
CountryNew Zealand
Broadcast areaNew Zealand
HeadquartersAuckland
Replaced byFace TV
Sister channel(s)Triangle TV
Websitestratostv.co.nz
Availability
Terrestrial
Free-to-air SD
Satellite
Free-to-air SD
Cable
Pay TV SD
Streaming media
EcastTV Free-to-air SD

Face TV (previously Triangle Television) is a public service television station based in Auckland, New Zealand. Since August 1998. It broadcasts on the Sky Network as of December 2013 ASO. Previously, Triangle has broadcast across Auckland on analogue UHF (before December 2013 ASO) via a government-owned UHF channel reserved for non-commercial regional television from transmitters at Waiatarua, Pinehill and Remuera.

The station is owned by a not-for-profit trust. Airtime is leased out to volunteer and professional programme providers on a first-come, first-served basis. Providers are allowed to air a limited number of commercials (a maximum of 6 minutes per half-hour of broadcast) during their programmes, and have complete editorial control over content. The trust claims these rules mean it "cannot be controlled by individuals or groups with their own agendas".[1]

Triangle also operated Stratos Television between 2007 and 2011. It was broadcast around New Zealand on the Freeview, Sky and TelstraClear cable digital platforms. This was a free-to-air, twenty-four-hour, nationwide news and culture public broadcasting service. It was shut down on 23 December 2011 due to funding complications, because as the channel grew in viewership so did its ratings share and since Freeview carriage charges are ratings based there was a number of increases to fees Triangle as paying to the Kordia operated Freeview service. As of November 23, 2012 Sky offered Triangle an undisclosed deal to re-launch Stratos under the name Face TV.[2] The service was launched on February 1, 2013 and is currently Triangle's only digital option due to the current National led government's lack of support to regional public broadcasters. The service, unlike Stratos, simulcast the current Triangle schedule with national advertising options. Using an IP link provided by government-owned Kordia and a government-owned non-commercial UHF channel due to expire in December 2013, Triangle Television also broadcast a similar station across Wellington (operated out of Auckland) from 25 August 2006 to 31 March 2009. The channels shared transmission facilities and resources, and broadcast many of the same news, regional, and cultural programming.

Programming

Special broadcasts

English Language Newscasts

Refer to station schedules for broadcast times.

Programme Provider
PBS NewsHour United States PBS, United States
DW News Germany DW-TV, Germany
euronews European Union euronews, European Union
Democracy Now! United States Democracy Now!, USA

Foreign Language Newscasts

Programme Provider Language
DW Noticias Germany DW-TV, Germany Spanish
DW Das Journal Germany DW-TV, Germany German
NOS Journaal Netherlands NOS, Netherlands Dutch
Le Journal France France 2 French

References

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-10-05. Retrieved 2007-08-17.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://www.skytv.co.nz/Default.aspx?tabid=202&art_id=42162

External links

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