Queens­land tele­vi­sion changes

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The WIN Net­work’s lo­cal news bul­letins will shift to the 6pm times­lot to air di­rectly be­fore Ten’s hour-long cur­rent af­fairs show The Project.

Re­gional view­ers keen to watch Fam­ily Feud will need to tune in to ei­ther of Ten’s two dig­i­tal chan­nels ONE and ELEVEN, which are also mov­ing to the new channel num­bers of 81 and 82 re­spec­tively.

South­ern Cross, which op­er­ates on Channel 5, will con­versely carry Channel 9’s pro­gram­ming such as The Voice, Love Child and the re­main­der of the NRL sea­son.

Un­for­tu­nately there will be a de­lay in South­ern Cross’s abil­ity to simul­cast Nine in high def­i­ni­tion, mean­ing the third State of Ori­gin match on July 13 won’t be broad­cast to re­gional Queens­land in HD.

Nine’s life­style channel 9LIFE will also be tem­po­rar­ily un­avail­able un­til Au­gust in re­gional Queens­land un­til South­ern Cross ac­quires an ad­di­tional broad­cast channel to ac­com­mo­date it.

In the mean­time view­ers can stream 9LIFE on­line on the 9Now web­site.

Channel 5 will air Nine’s Af­ter­noon News from 4pm, fol­lowed by Mil­lion­aire Hot Seat at 5.30pm, Nine’s Queens­land News pro­gram at 6pm and A Cur­rent Af­fair at 7pm.

Nine’s dig­i­tal chan­nels GEM and GO! are also mov­ing to the new channel num­bers of 52 and 53.

These changes, which may re­quire a re­tun­ing of older tele­vi­sions, are re­flected in APN’s weekly TV guide mag­a­zine The Guide and all daily listings across our daily and non-daily pub­li­ca­tions.

For more in­for­ma­tion go to Nine’s web­site ded­i­cated to the changeover: ni­neon5.com.au.

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