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Affiliations10 (O&O)
First air date
1 July 1965; 58 years ago (1965-07-01)
Former channel number(s)
Analog: 0 (VHF) (1965–1988)
Analog: 10 (VHF) (1988–2013)
Call sign meaning
TeleVision Queensland
Technical information
Licensing authority
Australian Communications and Media Authority
ERP200 kW (analog)
50 kW (digital)
HAAT385 m (both)[1]
Transmitter coordinates27°27′47″S 152°56′54″E / 27.46306°S 152.94833°E / -27.46306; 152.94833

TVQ is the Brisbane television station of Network 10 in Australia.

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In April 1964, the Postmaster-General's Department granted Universal Telecasters a broadcasting licence.[2] The channel was allocated channel 0 (the 0 was pronounced as the letter O instead of "zero") on the VHF band and commenced broadcasting on 1 July 1965 as TVQ-0. Ansett Transport Industries initially held a 49% shareholding, before acquiring the remaining shares in 1970.[3][4]

After News Limited acquired a controlling stake in Ansett, it was required to sell TVQ due to restrictions on the number of television stations one organisation could own. TVQ was sold to Ampol (67%) and 2SM (33%).[5][6][7] In 1984 TVQ was purchased by Qintex.[8]

On 17 September 1987, Darling Downs Telecasters, owner of DDQ10 Toowoomba, purchases TVQ for $123 million, and announces plans to convert the station to the Channel 10 frequency.

On 10 September 1988, DDQ-10 switched frequency to DDQ-0, and TVQ changed frequency to become TVQ-10, in time for the channel's broadcast of the 1988 Summer Olympics, at the same time as its broadcasts of World Expo 88, of which it and the entire Network Ten was the official station.

On 30 November 2015, lightning struck the TVQ transmission tower, cutting its power and lighting.

Digital multiplex

LCN Service SD/HD
1 10 HD HD
10 10 SD
11 10 Peach SD
12 10 Bold HD
13 Nickelodeon SD
15 10 HD HD
17 Gecko TV SD


Current in-house productions

  • 10 News First (Qld) (2018–present)

Past productions

News and current affairs

TVQ-10 produces a 90-minute local news program at 5pm on weeknights.

10 News First is presented from the network's Sydney studios by Sandra Sully with sports presenter Matt Burke and weather presenter Josh Holt. Reporters, camera crews and editorial staff are based at TVQ-10's Mount Coot-tha studios and a Gold Coast news bureau at Surfers Paradise.

TVQ-0 did not operate a news service until 1974 when it launched News Watch. The bulletin later adopted the branding Eyewitness News after rival channel BTQ-7 had relinquished the name, and became the first Brisbane newscast to use videotape for its reports. Eyewitness News continued as a nightly half-hour bulletin until 1984 when it was expanded to a one-hour format (the last Network Ten station at that time to convert to the one hour newscast used in other major Australian cities save for Perth). The station won a Logie award in 1986 for Best News Report for its coverage of the siege at Eagle Farm Airport the previous year.

With TVQ as the host broadcaster for World Expo 88, Eyewitness News shifted its newsroom operation and production to the TVQ stand at the Expo site, putting itself on show to the general public for the entire six-month duration of Expo. After the close of Expo on 30 October 1988, the newsroom returned to the Mount Coot-tha studios to a refurbished news set and a branding refresh to Ten News (acknowledging the channel's transition from VHF Channel 0 to 10 and bringing TVQ into line with Network Ten stations in other states).

The Eyewitness News brand returned in July 1989 coinciding with the network relaunch, and it was later renamed as Ten Evening News in January 1990 and then as Ten Eyewitness News in January 1991. In 1994, the Ten News brand was revived for the 2nd time. In September 2013, Ten once again revived the Eyewitness News branding for all its newscasts after a 19-year break. The branding changed to 10 News First in October 2018, in line with the network's broader re-branding to 10.

In September 2020, studio production of the Queensland bulletin was transferred to Network 10's Sydney headquarters, leading to redundancies among presentation and production staff at the Brisbane studios.[9]

Past news presenters

Past sports reporters


  1. ^ HAAT estimated from using EHAAT.
  2. ^ Licence Granted to Brisbane TV Canberra Times 23 April 1964 page 23
  3. ^ Ansett confident ATI's growth will continue Canberra Times 23 November 1966 page 30
  4. ^ Ansett makes offer for Universal Telecasters Canberra Times 15 November 1969 page 19
  5. ^ TVQ sold Canberra Times 6 February 1980 page 29
  6. ^ 2SM group buys 35pc of TVQ Brisbane Canberra Times 20 March 1980 page 24
  7. ^ ABT told of plans to warehouse TVQ shares Canberra Times 9 August 1980 page 21
  8. ^ Qld TV channel pursuing media interest Canberra Times 6 May 1984 page 3
  9. ^ McKnight, Robert (11 August 2020). "BREAKING - REDUNDANCIES AT 10 NEWS AND CHANGES AT STUDIO 10". TV Blackbox. Retrieved 11 August 2020.
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