Pictured: Alan Young AM, ACSA Chair; Andrea Michaels MP, Minister for Arts; Penny Griggs, ACSA CEO; Lauren Hillman, C44 General Manager Premiering Sunday 1 October at 8pm on Channel 44 and CTV+, The Alternative Art School: 40 Years of Adelaide Central School of Art tells the story of an iconic Adelaide arts institution on its […]
Premiering Thursday 4 May at 8pm, a new series of Couch 44 is a dive into Adelaide youth culture, exploring scenes across film, music, sport, activism and more on Channel 44 and CTV+. Six weekly episodes provide a platform for local creatives to tell their stories, share insights into their scenes and inspire young people […]
Channel 44 premieres new First Nations talk show Mob Talks at 8 pm on Sunday 2 April. Mob Talks looks at social issues through a First Nations lens by talking with subject matter experts from First Nations communities to encourage more informed discussion about the complex issues faced by Aboriginal mob. Each episode focuses on […]
The Australian Community Television Alliance (ACTA) welcomes the Australian Labor Party’s commitment to the continuation of community television. The Hon. Michelle Rowland MP, Shadow Minister for Communications, today announced the ALP will keep Channel 31 Melbourne (C31) and Channel 44 Adelaide (C44) on air beyond the forced termination of community TV licences scheduled for June […]
ACTA urges the Federal Government to include C31 Melbourne and C44 Adelaide in its proposed media reforms and not end free-to-air community TV in Australia.
New SA-produced dating/cooking show helping over-50s find love and friendship, Recipe for Love, to premiere on Channel 44 on 1 February 2021.
As part of the South Australian Film Corporation’s five-year First Nations Screen Strategy launched on 13 November 2020, Channel 44 will mentor and provide valuable opportunities to First Nations screen creatives.