The Seven Network (commonly known as Channel Seven or simply Seven) is a major Australian commercial free-to-air television network. It is owned by Seven West Media Limited, and is one of five main free-to-air television networks in Australia. The network's headquarters are located in Sydney.
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Seven Network is one of three major television networks in Australia. It started broadcasting in 1956. In recent years, it has grown into a diversified media company. Seven Network's main shareholder is Kerry Stokes. Seven Network's studio headquarters are in a converted warehouse at Jones Bay Wharf in Pyrmont, Sydney.
Category:Seven Network original programming. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Australia portal. Television portal. This category lists television programs that have regularly aired their first-run episodes on Seven Network. It does not list programs which first appeared on a different network.
Pages in category "Seven Network" The following 31 pages are in this category, out of 31 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
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- Memorable moments
Network 7 Network 7 logo from Series 2 Created byJane Hewland, Janet Street-Porter Directed byMatt Forrest, Andrew Gillman Presented byMagenta Devine, Sankha Guha, Tracey MacLeod Country of originUnited Kingdom Original languageEnglish No. of series2 No. of episodes44 Production Executive producersKeith MacMillan, Jane Hewland ProducerJanet Street-Porter EditorCharles Parsons Running time2 hours Release Original networkChannel 4 Original release3 May 1987 – 23 October 1988 Network 7 was a...
Network 7 was broadcast live on Sundays from noon until two o'clock and was conceived of as a 'channel within a channel', something young people could roll out of bed and watch the morning after the night before. Its mission statement was "News is Entertainment. Entertainment is News." It was known for its heavily self-branded, frenetic visual style with wild camera work, rapid cuts, very short items and "blipverts" — a dense combination of innovative graphics, and pop video style visuals ...
Flesh + Blood was a mini-series running each week for 14 minutes within Network 7, written by Joanna Hogg and featuring Vladek Sheybal and Diana Quick in the main roles. Dick Spanner, P.I. was a 6-minute Gerry Anderson claymation detective serial shown weekly during Series 1. Room 113 was a pre-recorded one-to one psychological celebrity interview conducted by Oliver James. True or False showed a pre-recorded bizarre real-life story, and the following week revealed whether the story was true or
The series premiered with a feature on cloning cashcards, where presenter Sankha Guha cloned a card and used it on live television to take money out of an ATM outside the Bank of England, going in depth on how it was done using a video recorder and strips of tape. It broadcast a secular gay wedding ceremony, organised by Gay Humanist Group which provoked reaction at the time from the British press. A live satellite link-up to Ed Byrne, a man on death Row in the USA convicted of murdering his gir
- 3 May 1987 –, 23 October 1988
In terms of Wikipedia, "Seven Network" is more formal and appropriate. This is also the logic behind the naming of the Nine Network and Network Ten. DynaBlast 11:14, 9 December 2005 (UTC) Seven Network (Operations) Limited (ACN 052 845 262) of Level 2, 38-42 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont, NSW 2009.
Wikipedia 7TWO Australian free-to-air digital television multichannel, which was launched by the Seven Network on 1 November 2009. The channel broadcasts a variety of programs, targeting a 25-and-over audience, with most programs originating from Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, and the United States.