(Left to Right) Gary Carr, Mark Hird, Brett Robins, Cyril Culverhouse and Armin Azad at Dampier 2010 The MediaHub which mark refers to above is the is the digital playout facility co‐owned by the ABC and WIN TV, that is housed in a refurbished sheet metal factory in Ingleburn, a south western suburb of Sydney, NSW. … Playout system is an industry term used to describe the equipment, software and/or processes—typically within some kind of broadcast environment—responsible for “playing” source media and converting or rendering it into a form which may be “put to air”, or presented, for external use.
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Members of the radio drama and theatre community are united in their sorrow at the passing of one of its finest, Gillian Claire Margaret Berry (nee Lomberg), who passed away on April 4, 2011. She had been ill for a number of years with motor neurone disease and it is one consolation that she is [...]
Halcyon days at the ABC Ball in the Basil Kirke Studio
This is a personal account of the ever changing work environment that took place at the former Australian Broadcasting Corporation site in Adelaide Terrace, Perth, and the circumstances leading up to the site’s abandonment.
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ABC Radio veteran and former STW-9 staffer David Carlisle kindly reminded us that today, Saturday 7th May 2011, marks Six Years since the last ABC Radio News Bulletin was read from the former ABC studios in Adelaide Terrace, Perth.
The newsreader was Alan Knight, who just happened to be the newsreader this morning too.
WA TV History We followed the demolition of the former ABW Channel 2 Television studios in Perth, Western Australia, which are making way for two new apartment buildings. … Only the top section of the tower will survive to be relocated to the Swan Valley Oasis at 10250 West Swan Road in Henley Brook, Western Australia, where it will be used as a launching point for a flying fox.
Demolition of the former ABW Channel 2 Television studios in Perth, Western Australia, is currently underway to make way for two new buildings.
ABW Channel 2 Studios in Perth WA Demolished
WA TV History
Demolition of the former Perth ABC Television building on Terrace Road is currently underway to make way for two new [...]
George Grljusich (1939-2007)
George Grljusich studied Law and graduated from the University of Western Australia, though his passion in life was sport, playing 12 league games in the West Australian Football League for South Fremantle, and an ardent follower and student of most other sporting endeavours. He began his broadcasting career with the ABC in 1960, [...]
On Saturday May 7, 1960, ABW Channel 2 in Perth opened and in the fifty years since, television has gone from black and white to widescreen, colour and high definition with surround sound. A lot of changes have taken place since the station first went on-air.
The first newsreaders selected for ABW were Jim Fisher, who [...]
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has launched Australia’s first free-to-air 24-hour television news channel. It is a high definition television service, which comes from continuous news centre with a new state-of-the-art studio, located in the foyer of the ABC’s Ultimo headquarters in Sydney. Ultimo is an inner-city suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Ultimo is [...]