With less than 1 day until switch off, thanks to the political advocacy of Centre Alliance MP Rebekha Sharkie, Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher has confirmed a 12-month free to air licence extension for Channel 44 Adelaide with a condition that the station ceases broadcast on July 1, 2021. ADELAIDE, 30 June, 2020 – A sixth last-minute
To our wonderful Channel 44 viewers, join us for a very special celebration, 44 Forever! As a station, we’ve been airing programs going as back as 2004, which has been made by some amazing local content producers and 100’s of our dedicated volunteers. For 44 hours straight, 44 Forever will be revisiting some highlights over
CTV Stations achieve historic Easter live-to-air broadcasts despite looming switch-off deadline enforced by Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher.
Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher to switch-off CTV stations despite having no planned use for the broadcast spectrum. In March 2020, Minister for Communications Paul Fletcher made clear to Community Television (CTV) stations C31 Melbourne and C44 Adelaide that he would not consider renewing their free-to-air broadcast licences beyond the current deadline of June 30th,
Dear C44 Friends, Fans & Program Makers, As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds in South Australia, we are aware that staying connected and informed is more important than ever before. While our focus is on providing entertaining, informational and educational content for our free-to-air and online channel, we are also looking at other ways we can
The Channel 44 team is pleased to announce we will be broadcasting the Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide Holy Week services at St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral live to air as well as streamed online. As the COVID-19 crisis has had a significant impact on religious organisations’ ability to connect with their communities face-to-face, we are happy