NBN TV is an Australian television station that primarily airs news coverage, as well as talk shows hosted by various personalities employed by the network. NBN also broadcasts some reality shows and local original programming.
NBN was created on March 4, 1962, as the first regional and commercial station in New South Wales, Australia. The station is best known for "NBN News," which features journalists and anchors such as Paul Lobb, Mitchell Hughes, Gavin Morris and Natasha Beyersdorf. "NBN News" is the channel's flagship program, but NBN features other news programs as well, including "A Current Affair" and an Australian adaptation of "60 Minutes."
Other programming on NBN TV includes non-fiction and reality programming. Of these shows, one of the most popular is "The Block," a reality competition show in which couples are given the challenge of renovating high rise apartments. As of December 2015, the show is airing its 12th season, with a 13th set to air in 2016. The channel is also set to produce its own version of "Farmer Wants a Wife," one of the most popular shows in other parts of Australia. The show features a group of farmers dating a variety of women with the hope of establishing long-term relationships.