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Conder and Banks making the leap to digital early

By johnboy - 30 November 2011 7

Territory And Municipal Services are warning that residents of the southern suburbs of Conder and Banks are going to be losing analog TV a little earlier than the rest of us.

Analog TV services that are transmitted from the self-help site at the Water Tank at Orange Thorn Crescent in Banks will be switched off early to make way for digital TV services. The new digital-only TV service will be available in December 2011.

Residents should get ready for the switch to digital now.

To find out more on the early switch to digital TV in the Conder area, visit the Digital Switchover Taskforce at the Lanyon Marketplace on Thursday 1 December 2011 between 12 pm and 6.30 pm.

Better get your set top box if you haven’t already.

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7 Responses to
Conder and Banks making the leap to digital early
KB1971 1:18 pm 01 Dec 11

Bugger, I will have to get a set top box for the shed now…………

watto23 12:04 pm 01 Dec 11

Actually probably the wealthy and non TV watchers still have analogue. The poor and cashed up bogans bought a digital TV with their baby bonuses a long time ago. Although they will now have to be 2″ smaller because of the cut.

Deref 7:28 am 01 Dec 11

“Territory And Municipal Services are warning that residents of the southern suburbs of Conder and Banks are going to be losing analogue TV a little earlier than the rest of us.”
I fixed that for you.

Is anyone still watching analogue?

trevar 7:15 am 01 Dec 11

It’s also interesting to note that Conder and Banks apparently don’t have digital TV available yet, and that an Australian government have decided to use the American spelling for analogue… or is this just a case of this is the most literate person we could get to write copy for the website?

GardeningGirl 9:21 pm 30 Nov 11

thatsnotme said :

I don’t really care about the TV stuff from this, I’m just really curious about what the ‘self-help site at the Water Tank at Orange Thorn Crescent’ is all about?

Some watery guru who dispenses advice about how to live a better, more fulfilling life? Or is it just a tap?

Oh I like that much better than the real explanation!

thatsnotme 9:10 pm 30 Nov 11

I don’t really care about the TV stuff from this, I’m just really curious about what the ‘self-help site at the Water Tank at Orange Thorn Crescent’ is all about?

Some watery guru who dispenses advice about how to live a better, more fulfilling life? Or is it just a tap?

arb 8:58 pm 30 Nov 11

Wait… there’s still people using analogue TV?

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