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Nine unleashes GO!

August 9, 2009

GO!, Australia’s newest free-to-air network, went live at 6.30pm AEST Sunday August 9th with a clean, fresh and youthful graphical design. More to come…

POLL: Will you be watching GO!?

August 9, 2009

As GO! launches in little over thirty minutes time, the question needs to be asked – is there anything on Nine’s supplementary channel that you will be watching?

Ready? Set? GO! from 6.30pm

August 9, 2009

The Nine Network’s new supplementary service, GO! officially kicks off its soft launch at 6.30pm tonight. The first program to be screened is the likeable Wipeout. Knowfirst is hanging out until 7.30pm when there will be four episodes of The Big Bang Theory back-t0-back. GO! will screen 24 hours a day with music videos from […]

GO!88 good to go for NBN

July 28, 2009

NBN has just screened a new promo for GO! and officially called it GO!88. It commences August 9th.

Review: The Vampire Diaries

July 26, 2009

Over the next few weeks in the lead-up to Fall Season, Knowfirst Blog will look at some of the new shows about to hit the airwaves. In October, Nine/WIN and NBN’s new channel GO! will premiere The CW’s new big hope, The Vampire Diaries. The Vampire Diaries is reviewed by BuzzSugar after the jump, along […]

All systems GO! for new channel

July 25, 2009

Nine’s new digital channel GO! will premiere 7am, August 9, on Channels 99 metro, 80 (WIN) and 88 (NBN). The Kids WB will feature prominently on the first day, with four episodes back-to-back of Knowfirst favourite The Big Bang Theory commencing at 7.30pm. Sundays will feature comedy, Mondays will focus on reality, Tuesdays will be […]

GO! Promo on NBN

July 23, 2009

Details emerge on GO!

July 23, 2009

GO!, the Nine Network’s new youth and young adults channel which premieres on August 9th on Freeview, will run in 12 hour blocks of programming, it has been revealed. Primetime viewing from Nine will be aired the following day on GO! daytime, with some limitations, Andrew Mercado has told Mediaweek. As GO! must still adhere […]