Closed captioning was introduced in 1983 to meet the needs of hearing-impaired audience members.
This logo would be served as the longest-running design with a lifespan of 44 years and 28 on its first on-air run.
The presented the 2016 Quill for Coverage of an Issue or Event for the report George Pell and Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church, and the 2016 Golden Quill award to and Andy Burns for their extensive coverage of Cardinal 's evidence given at the.
Originally the design was to feature two arms — one each for radio and television — but was changed to three arms to avoid a copyright infringement with the University of Sydney.
Television relay facilities were not in place until the early 1960s, so news bulletins had to be sent to each capital city by , to be prepared and presented separately in each city.
The channel broadcasts a mix of programming, including lifestyle, drama, sports, English-language learning programs, children's programming and news and current affairs to viewers across , , , and.