• The latest broadcast from Willoughby Studios will be the Sunday edition of Weekend Today
This weekend, nine broadcast studios are moving from Willoughby to the new Nine Building on Denison Street, North Sydney..
The last broadcast from Willoughby will be the Sunday edition of Weekend Today and the first from the new facility will be a Sunday edition from 6pm Sydney News.
The Nine CEO Hugh Marks reminded employees in a Friday email of the historic importance of Willoughby’s website:
TCN has been the home of Australian TV for 63 years, but it’s time to say goodbye to Willoughby.
As we bid you farewell, it is important to celebrate our history and take an unrivaled legacy with us.
Willoughby is where Australian television started. It’s where Bruce Gingel famously welcomed viewers in 1956, saying, « Good evening and welcome to TV. ». Since that day, our network has never been beyond a moment but has led the way in telling stories in Australia and beyond.
It was home to 60 minutes, day and midday, and more. Over the decades, many have entered our doors and left an imprint on Australian television as an industry.
Our purpose-built studios on Denison Street in North Sydney will put us at the forefront of our industry, not only in Australia, but around the world.. Investing in new technologies for our studios is unlike any other company. We will be working on a whole new level.
While some things may change, others remain the same, and the talent, skill and passion you all will only be enhanced by this new place as we continue to create great content that speaks to all Australians..
Nine Network, TCN, Willoughby, Today
World News – AU – Nine final broadcasts from Willoughby as 9News moves to their new home
Donnez votre avis et abonnez-vous pour plus d’infos
Vidéo du jour: