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2004
Still The One
6.00pm 29 Aug 04 - This ident was used from New Years Day 2001. Nine changed back from sphears as the 9 dots to simple dots. A whole station revamp came with this ident. It is yet another standard 10 second ident, with the Nine Network now being the only Australian channel to use a 'standard' ident.
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2002-2004
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6.30pm 1 Sept 02 - Channel 9 did something totally different with these ids, introducing the different colour for a different day format (above). The colour for each day is associated with the ID, signpost, PRG and ads for programmes on that day. The 9 dots became spheres once again, and surprisingly 'Still The One' was given a rest, however it was not long before it reappeared in promos. About a month after the launch, the 9 logo at the end of the ID was reduced in size (see right).
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Also seen here is a capture of the 8 Darwin version of the ID. It was used up until New Years Day 2003 when 8 Darwin finally changed to Channel 9 (the Nine Network had owned the station for some time, but had waited to change the name over). Channel 9 Darwin still broadcasts on VHF-8.


8 Darwin Version
2001-2002
Still The One
This ident was used from New Years Day 2001. Nine changed back from sphears as the 9 dots to simple dots. A whole station revamp came with this ident. It is yet another standard 10 second ident, with the Nine Network now being the only Australian channel to use a 'standard' ident.
204KB RV8 Generic
   
1999-2000
Still The One
This ident represents going from 1999 to 2000. It was used all through 1999 and 2000 despite having '2000' in the ident. Versions were made for regional affiliates WIN, NBN and 8 Darwin (which you can see a capture from on the left). 8 Darwin changed to Channel 9 in 2003.
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8 Darwin Version
1998
Still The One
This ident was the first to show the 9 dots as sphears. There were 2 versions of it, with different music and colours. It was only used in 1998. Versions were made for regional affiliates WIN and NBN.
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1994-1997
Still The One
This ident was used from 1994 to 1997. This was the first ident to have its graphics theme used extensivly throughout the station. Versions were made for regional affiliates WIN and NBN.
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1.12MB Xmas '95
Sydney Version
Melbourne Version
1992-1994
Still The One
This ident had different versions for different cities, with the background of the last scene changing (these captures are the Sydney and Melbourne versions). Versions were made for regional affiliates WIN and VIC, which both had the same country scene as the background.
438KB Sydney
1.14MB Xmas '92
c. 1988-1992
Still The One
This is an updated version of the ident below. It had revamped graphics and music, but still trying to look and sound the same. It introduced the 9 dots back onto the logo. It was the last ident to feature a map of Australia. Versions were made for regional affiliates WIN and QTV.
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c. 1987
Still The One
Another ident with a map of Australia, but this time it flys all the way from Perth to Sydney. This is because Alan Bond had just bought the network, and expanded it to include Perth and Brisbane.
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Late 1980's
Still The One
A big improvement for Nine graphics with this ident, which once again flys across Melbourne to Sydney. The Nine logo at the end is very similar to the one in the previous ident (below).
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Mid 1980's
Still The One
Another Nine ident with a map of Australia, this ident fly's this time from Melbourne to Sydney (as at the time Packer only owned TCN and GTV). The ident goes for about 18 seconds.
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Special thanks to Fintan O'Mahony and Winston Yang for these various idents.


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