LocalVision

LocalVision

LocalVision
Launched March 1996[1][2]
Closed 1998[3]
Owned by Optus Vision
Country Australia
Broadcast area Brisbane
Melbourne[2]
Sydney[1]
Availability
Cable
Optus Television Analog 50

LocalVision was a group of community access channels that broadcast on the Optus Vision cable television service.


References

  1. ^ a b "Pay TV Fish Are Getting Away".  
  2. ^ a b Gurvich, Victoria (6 March 1996). "Social Issues Put In The Picture".  
  3. ^ Adams, Phillip (22 August 1998). "Local Cable's Cruel Cut.".  

External links

Official webpage at the Wayback Machine (archived November 13, 1996)

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