Channel 7 (HSV-7) Seven Melbourne is part of Australia's Seven network has a combined coverage greater than any other free to air network in Australia.
Channel 7's web site aligned with Yahoo has links to all its favourite shows including Home and Away plus a TV guide. Its digital broadcast centre in Melbourne is located at Etihad Stadium in Docklands.
HSV 7 in Melbourne began broadcasting on 4 November 1956, originally owned and operated by The Herald and Weekly Times. The original HSV 7 building in Dorcas Street, South Melbourne was demolished in November 2008 and its landmark tower dismantled in 2009 to make way for a property development.
Not only were the original 7 studios pivotal in the recording and transmission of the 1956 Melbourne Olympics but it also played an important part in the establishment of celebrities such as: Olivia Newton-John, Barry Humphries and Peter Allen. The HSV 7 studios produced some of Australia's top shows including Homicide, World of Sport, Cop Shop, Penthouse Club, and the Royal Children's Hospital Appeal and more recently, City Homicide.
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Dancing with the Stars
WOW!, the paint is not even dry and the complaints are rolling in about judges comments. Poor ol' Todd McKenney.. just some of the feedback = unprofessional and unwarranted, bitchy, bully, needs to apologise.
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A Place Called Home
October 2014 - We're not quite sure who rattled the cage weeks after the decision was made, but the complaints have again started rolling in again.
There was never any suggestion that it wasn’t a good show. It had good writing, story, actors, production. The decision to terminate production was not a reflection of the show, but “finances”. It cost more to produce the show than could be generated by advertising revenue.
If the show was financially viable, then surely another company or network would have put up it's hand to fund the production of series 3 of A Place To Call Home
It's curious that the anger is directed at SEVEN and not the ADVERTISERS. If the advertisers were still there, SEVEN would continue to show it. Based on feedback, viewers believe SEVEN is to blame.
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