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Arts and entertainment channel screening movies, documentaries, drama and comedy on Foxtel and Austar.
AUSTAR is Australia's premier pay television provider in regional and rural Australia and capital cities Hobart and Darwin.
Strictly for Nick Kids. Have fun and learn at the same time!
News and business channel providing continuously updated on-screen information.
Channel 9, Adelaide
Proudly parochial, Channel 9, Adelaide is the heartbeat of the State and is committed to the community.
Channel 31 Melbourne
Channel 31 is the Melbourne Community Television Consortium. At their site you can check up on the news, see what's on, shop around and contact the people that make it happen.
Foxtel's answer to MTV, Channel V covers a huge range of musical tastes. The site provides another avenue for communication with 'the kids'.
Discovery Channel Australia
If not for Discovery Channel, I would never have learned about the giant lizards of the Galapagos Islands or the wonders of the Machu Pichu. Discover your world today.
Warning! This site is for serious sports fans only.
Check out what's on cable channels under the Foxtel banner. Find out what you're missing out on if you're not connected.
Golden West Network
The site for this West Australian network is currently undergoing some renovation, but the program guides are up there and they're keen to know what you want from their service.
If you don't know where you've come from, how can you know where you're going? The History Channel can make you the best informed at any dinner party.
Sports overload. Give your mouse finger a workout at this comprehensive site with free screen savers, chat, trivia and lots lots more.
National Geographic Channel
Does the Alaskan salmon really change sex to fertilise its own eggs? Find out on this documentary channel featuring nature and wildlife programs, only on Foxtel.
Hasn't the logo come a long way? And they've put a lot of thought into this season's promos too. Visit your favourite Channel 10 personalities at their website.
Are they 'still the one' for you? Have a look at how traditional media has moved into the cyber-neighbourhood.
Odyssey presents high quality documentary programs from around Australia and the world on OPTUS Vision.
Be patient, Prime are making a few changes to their site. You can still get basic programming info here though.
Australia's Multicultural Broadcaster. General information, television and radio programming information. Let them know what you think of their stylised cartoon promos.
SEVEN Central is a satellite television service covering approximately two thirds of Australia, from the Western Australia border to Lord Howe Island, and includes Tasmania.
SEVEN Darwin has developed its own local program mix from the resources of the Seven Network plus a special half hour News bulletin week nights at 7.
Stars, shows, TV guide. Visit the post-Olympics Channel Seven site and see if they can keep up the good work.
Seven Perth tell us that they've been a major contributor to the cultural and entertainment life of the people of Western Australia.
All-racing network available on Foxtel, Optus and Austar.
Southern Cross Network
Owners of Ten Capital, Ten Victoria and Southern Cross TV Tasmania, as well as lots of other media.
Telecasters Australia Limited
the way these organisations are related is a bit confusing. See if you can work it out. This page will take you to Seven Central, Seven Darwin, Ten Northern NSW and Ten Queensland.
Ten Northern NSW
Make mine regional. NRN-11 from Newcastle to the Gold Coast.
Surfers, select your region! Queenslanders from Toowoomba to Cairns can check their individual area's programming for Network 10 right here. North Queensland's #1 news station.
The Comedy Channel
The laughing stock of television as seen on Foxtel and Austar.
Retro till your heart's content. Television's Greatest Hits on Foxtel and Austar brings us The Incredible Hulk, The Dukes of Hazard, Charlie's Angels, Welcome Back Cotter. Wow.
Networks, networks, everywhere... WIN's the Channel Nine affiliate in regional NSW, VIC, QLD and WA.
The World Movies channel is on the Foxtel, Optus and Austar Pay-TV networks, showing art-house and classic cinema from around the world. 'Mature audiences' will love it.