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The Introduction of Television

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THE INTRODUCTION OF TELEVISION
IN THE BEGINNING
In July 1956, TCN9 Sydney and HSV7 Melbourne began test transmissions.
1950's
Zachary Smith
Although experimental television transmissions were conducted in Australia as far back as 1929, it was the 1940s before the government of the day considered the full scale introduction of television — and with a World War currently in progress, any further development was put on hold.

Progress after the war was slow, but the upcoming 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games would ensure that TV would arrive in time for the Opening Ceremony.
IN THE BEGINNING
In 1955, the first Australian television licenses were issued in Sydney and Melbourne.
THE FIRST
TCN9 Sydney becomes the
first TV station to begin regular
transmission on the 16th of September, 1956.
HSV7 becomes the second TV station to begin regular transmission on the 4th of November 1956.
THE FIRST MOMENTS OF TELEVISION
HOW DID TELEVISION EFFECT THE WORLD AND AUSTRALIA IN PARTICULAR?
WAS AUSTRALIAN TELEVISION IN THE 1950's SUCCESSFUL?
HOW AUSTRALIANS PUT THEIR STAMP ON TELEVISION..
THE EFFECT OF TELEVISION FOR THE WORLD AND AUSTRALIA
HYPOTHESIS
ENTERTAINMENT
AUSTRALIAN TV
POPULARITY
TECHNOLOGY
DAME EDNA
THE REST OF THE WORLD
NEGATIVE
POSITIVE
BIBLIOGRAPHY
TV STATIONS 1950's

NINE NETWORK
TCN9 - SYDNEY (1956)

GTV9 - MELBOURNE (1956)

QTQ9 - BRISBANE (1959)

NWS9 - ADELAIDE (1959)
CHANNEL SEVEN
HSV7 - MELBOURNE (1956)

ATN 7 - SYDNEY (1956)

TVW7 - PERTH (1959)

ADS7 - ADELAIDE (1959)

BTQ7 - BRISBANE (1959)

ABN2 - SYDNEY (1956)

ABV2 - MELBOURNE (1956)

ABQ2 - BRISBANE (1959)

AUSTRALIAN BROADCAST COMMISSION
Australians were offered entertainment in their own homes.

Australians no longer needed to rely on Radio.

Having a television was a focal point for many families because it was something they did as part of their family time in the evening.


THE MELBOURNE OLYMPICS
PICK A BOX
One of the first game shows on Australian television.

Hosted by the husband and wife team Bob and Dolly Dyer.

The program aired from 1957 to 1971.

The show appeared on ATN-7 and GTV-9.






GTV9, ABV2 and HSV7 broadcast the games.

The television broadcast allowed Melbourne viewers to watch the Olympics in their own homes.



Winners of the first nationally shown TV Week Logie Awards.
INTRODUCTION
Early television was not that popular. Not many people could afford a television set.

By the end of 1956, 1% of Sydney and 5% of Melbourne owned a television.

Television became the most popular form of communication in 1958.

By 1959 it was estimated that over 50% of families in Sydney and Melbourne owned a television set.
Having a television was incredible because it combined elements of sounds with moving pictures.

No longer did Australians need to rely on radio. They could see moving images and events as if they were standing along the sidelines.
Dame Edna was introduced on HSV7's first transmission.

Dame Edna is a character created and performed by an Australian comedian, Barry Humphries.

Dame ended up becoming a large success in the United Kingdom and United States of America.


Australia didn't have much of an effect on international television.

Most of the world had already begun transmissions before Australia.

The technology that Australia used in television was imported from the UK and US.


Concerns about the impacts of television on everyday life.

Many parents and health experts feared that long hours spent in front of a television could lead to health issues.

Some people believed that television would allow Australia to become over-run by American culture.

Others believed that television would encourage people to become passive and less active in the community.

The Radio looses popularity.


Creation of a new marketing and advertising scheme.

News, current affairs and historical programming provides important knowledge.

Provides everyone with some sought of entertainment.








Big Black Dog Communications, 2007, Popular Australia Television, November 2013
http://australia.gov.au/about-australia/australian-story/popular-austn-television

Television AU, 2013, 1950-1960, November 2013
http://televisionau.com/timeline/1950-1959


Television Australia, 2012, History of Television, November 2013
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Television_in_Australia

Skwirk, 2013, Entertainment and music, November 2013
http://www.skwirk.com/p-c_s-14_u-189_t-506_c-1872/nsw/history/australia

Skwirk, 2013, Communications 1950's-1960's, November 2013
http://www.skwirk.com/p-c_s-14%20_u-189_t-505_c-1867/communications-1950s---1960s/nsw

Skwirk, 2013, Entertainment 1950's November 2013
http://www.skwirk.com/p-c_s-14%20_u-189_t-505_c-1869/entertainment/nsw/history/australia

The introduction of Australian television in the 1950's has influenced and changed the lives of millions of Australians to this current day. The post war technology enabled Australians to absorb entertainment from a different perspective.
CONCLUSION
Television in the 1950's allowed Australians to be entertained by video and sound. Without the technology back then, television would not be the same today.
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