West TV

West TV

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 Posted on June 15, 2014, and last modified on 2 months ago.

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West TV

West TV is a broadcast television station in Perth, Western Australia, Australia, providing Community News, Information and Entertainment.

Also known as WTV, West TV produces and airs documentaries, films, sport, music, education, religion, multicultural, entertainment, leisure and lifestyle programs.

About WTV

Formed in 1994 CTV was a pioneer in community television in Western Australia. From small beginnings, this not for profit, member-based television production service has successfully grown and now broadcasts a wide range of both local and international programs made with the community, for the community!

Community TV Channel Access 31 was formed in 1998 and first broadcast in 1999, with programming provided exclusively by CTV Perth. CTV Perth withdrew providing programs to Access 31 in 2005 due to disputes over program copyright and exclusivity issues. Access 31 was forced to declare voluntary administration in 2003 due to inappropriate management of station finance.

Coming out on top, the Channel was forced into their second financial meltdown and ceased transmission in August 2008, unable to continue serving Perth’s community despite the millions of dollars of state government funding they received. Regardless of Access 31′s troubles, CTV Perth inc. as an independent body, has continued to produce programs for Australia based channels such as Foxtel’s Aurora and AMTV (Free to air satellite) as well as internationally for IOWA community Television in the U.S.A.

This successful production company, which relies solely on enthusiastic volunteers, is continuing its 15 yr track record, now producing top quality material for the newly launched WTV community TV channel. WTV was awarded the community television license for Perth after putting forward its proposal to ACMA (Australian Communications and Media Authority) alongside three other applicants. WTV’s strong application paid off and the station was awarded a trial license for two years in December 2008 and an apparatus license at the end of April 2009. Finally, WTV’s digital license was approved by Communications Minister Stephen Conroy in November 2009 paving the way for digital community television in Perth.

Since then WTV Ltd. has been working constantly to ensure community television will be successfully restored for the Perth metropolitan area. Launching on 10 April 2010 with a wealth diverse programs lined up and a strong marketing and administration team doing all the fine-tuning, WTV will be an exciting channel to watch!