- ABV (TV station)
call_letters = ABV
analog = 2 (VHF)
digital = 12 (VHF)
November 19, 1956
location = Melbourne, Victoria
callsign_meaning = ABC Victoria
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
effective_radiated_power = 200 kW (analog)
50 kW (digital)
HAAT = 507 m (analog)
534 m (digital) [HAAT estimated from http://www.itu.int/SRTM3/ using EHAAT.]
coordinates = coord|37|50|6|S|145|20|54|E|type:landmark_scale:2000|name=ABV
homepage = [http://www.abc.net.au/tv/ www.abc.net.au/tv]
ABV is the
Australian Broadcasting Corporation's television station in Melbourne, Victoria. The station began broadcasting on 19 November, 1956, and is transmitted throughout the state via a series of transmitters. The studios are in Southbank and Elsternwick, and transmitter at Mount Dandenong.
ABV follows a schedule nearly identical to that of other state and territory
ABC TVstations, allowing for time differences and some local content - such as the Victorian Football Leagueand state election coverage.
Ian Henderson presents "ABC News Victoria", with Paul Higgins (weather),
Peter Wilkins(national sport), and Alan Kohler(national finance, presented from Melbourne). Tamara Oudyn presents weekend news and sport.
Currently presenter Ian Henderson is currently on leave. Tamara Oudyn is presenting weeknights, with
Beverley O'Connorpresenting weekends.
The following stations relay ABV throughout Victoria:Notes:
*1. HAAT estimated from http://www.itu.int/SRTM3/ using EHAAT.
*2. ABGV was on VHF channel 3 from its 1963 sign-on until 1991, moving to its current channel in order to accommodate FM radio.
*3. ABLV was on VHF channel 4 from its 1963 sign-on until 1991, moving to its current channel in order to accommodate FM radio.
*4. ABMV was on VHF channel 4 from its 1965 sign-on until sometime in the 1990s, moving to its current channel in order to accommodate FM radio.
*5. ABRV was on VHF channel 3 from its 1963 sign-on until sometime around 1991, moving to VHF channel 11 in order to accommodate FM radio. It moved to its current channel in 2000 in order to accommodate digital television in Melbourne.
Television broadcasting in Australia
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