Commercial channels haven't been falling over themselves to push out new digital channels, and the ones we do know about, like Ten's ONE sports channel, can seem a bit confusing, but we're slowly getting a clearer picture of what the big three will offer. Lara Sinclair at the Australian reports that Nine's much-delayed digital channel will feature a mixture of old TV repeats and some lifestyle programs — a bit like a hybrid between TV1 and the Lifestyle Channel, basically. There may also be some time-shifting (repeats of programs shown earlier on the main channel), but not to a great degree. The downside of that formula is the likelihood that there'll be little or no original programming on the channel.
Commercial Digital Channel Plans Slowly Taking Shape
Trending Stories Right Now
Politicians are fond of pitching to the “average Australian” but judging by the income of Australians, whether you are middle class depends on where you live. And where we live tells a rich story of who we are as a nation – socially, culturally and economically.
Welcome to Wednesday! Get over the hump with some retail therapy. This week's best deals include $111 off Nintendo Switch, $2 Flights with Jetstar, Catch's huge Christmas tech sale and heaps more!