7TWO to go to Tasmania

7TWO The Seven Network’s new digital channel 7TWO will be broadcast into Tasmania from December.

The island state’s Seven Network affiliate, Southern Cross Television, has announced that it will be carrying 7TWO from 1 December, one month after the channel’s launch on the mainland next Sunday.

Tasmania has one of the highest conversion rates to digital in Australia, with 70 per cent of surveyed households converted in the most recent government survey, largely due to the state’s third commercial channel, TDT, being broadcast exclusively in digital.

Source: B&T Today, Digital Ready

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    • Anonymous on 1 November 2009 at 1:28 PM
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    Its nice that we dont have to wait too long for Tasmania to get 7TWO, but I have to wonder why we have to wait at all.

    • Anonymous on 5 November 2009 at 5:08 PM
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    But are they going to back date all the shows we miss in the mean time. Will we have to miss 3 or 4 episodes of Ugly Betty, Hereos and the like or is 7 going to broadcast theose from the beginning???

    • Anonymous on 25 November 2009 at 8:56 PM
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    That sucks. We miss out a month of some of my favouite shows.

    • Frank Savery on 16 May 2019 at 4:48 PM
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    Is there any logic behind advertising Chris Tarrants Train series as coming soon on Sunday 12/5 when you’ve already started it on SATURDAY 11/5 ?
    OR are you just idiots ?
    Are you going to repeat the 1st show that you caused us to miss ?

    1. This website is not Channel Seven. Please forward your feedback to Channel Seven: https://7plus.com.au/

    • John on 25 September 2022 at 8:50 PM
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    Why is 7two now not available in tassie? I have had no difficulty up until the past couple weeks. Located in Campbell Town … where’s 7two Launceston gone?

    1. Give 7 Tasmania a call: 03 6345 7777

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