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List of advertising slogans
Television networks
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Nine Network
Seven Network

Other companies
Apple Inc.
McDonald's

Seven Network's TV ad campaigns tend to follow NBC (mostly due to Seven's semi-close ties with the American network), but at times also used some imaging from fellow US networks ABC and FOX.

Network IDs

  • January 1970-28 February 1975: "The Seven Revolution" (based on "Promises Promises" by Burt Bacharach)
  • 1974: "Looking Better Than Ever!" (Sydney/Adelaide only)
  • 1975-76: "Seven Colors Your World"
  • 1976-79: "The Color Machine" (a.k.a. Seven Colors Your World/Who Colors Your World)
  • 1979-80: "You're on Seven" (Melbourne/Adelaide only) (borrowed elements from NBC's "NB-See Us")
  • 1981-82: "Channel 7, All The Best" (Sydney/Adelaide only) (borrowed from NBC's 1976 slogan)
  • Summer 1981/82: "Lucky Seven" (Sydney/Melbourne/Adelaide only)
  • Summer 1982/83: "Summer is the Time, Seven is the Place" (Sydney/Adelaide only) (based on ABC's "Now is the Time, ABC is the Place")
  • 1983: "Just Watch Us Now" (Sydney/Adelaide/Perth only) (based on NBC's "NBC, Just Watch Us Now"; also used by NQTV)
  • 1984: "Be There" (Melbourne/Sydney/Perth only) (again, based on NBC's slogan that marked NBC's rise in the 1980's)
  • 1985-88: "Let's All Be There" (Adelaide/Sydney only) (borrowed elements from "Come Home to NBC" and the "Let's All Be There" versions of 1984/85 and 1985/86)
  • 1986-87: "Say Hello!" (Adelaide/Melbourne/Perth only) (based on Frank Gari's "Hello News" variant; also used by TasTV (TVT-6 and TNT-9) as Hello Tassie (1986-89) and by Daring Downs TV 10-4-5a (DDQ-10 and SDQ-4 and Channel 5a) as Hello Toowoomba and Hello Warwick (1986-87), alongside "Let's All Be There")
  • 1988: "Let's Celebrate '88" (borrowed elements from "Come Home to NBC" and "Let's Celebrate '86", but with NBC's Rainbow People theme as background music)
  • 1988: "Australian Television Network" (Melbourne/Sydney/Brisbane only)
  • Summer 1988/89: "Only the Best in Summer" (Last with the Color Circle 7 insignia)
  • 1 January 1989 - Summer 1989/90: "Only the Best on 7" (borrowed from NBC's "Come Home to the Best, Only on NBC", first with the new Split 7) (Also used by Prime Television)
  • 1990-1995: "Seven" (also used by Prime Television)
  • 1990: "In The Mood" (also used by Prime Television) (based on "In The Mood" by Glenn Miller)
  • 1991: "Yeah!" (based on the song "Mony Mony" by Billy Idol)
  • 1992: "Good Vibrations" (based on the song by The Beach Boys)
  • 1993-94: "It Has to Be ... Seven"
  • 1995: "Handmade Television"
  • February 1995-June 1996: "Discover It All on Seven"
  • June 1996-April 1999: "Everyone's Home on Seven"
  • September 1996: "40 Years of Television"
  • 1 May 1999 – 14 September 2003: "The One to Watch" (last with the Split 7 logo from 1999-2000, first with the original red ribbon insignia from 2000-2003)
  • Christmas 1999: "The Colours of Christmas"
  • Christmas 2002: "Christmas is..."
  • 2003 (14 September–November): "Lucky Number Seven" (first with the Big Red "7" from 2003-present)
  • Summer 2003/04: "Brand Spankin' New Summer"
  • 2004: "7 NOW" (based on FOX's 2002 slogan "FOX NOW")
  • Summer 2004/05: "7 Summer" (based on "Summer of Love" by Black Cabs)
  • 26 December 2004-16 January 2011: "GOTTALOVEIT"
  • 2006 (August-September): "TV Turns 50"
  • 2008 (October-December): "Celebrate Australia's Best" (based on the song "The Show" by Lenka)
  • Christmas 2010: "All I Want For Christmas..."
  • 16 January 2011 – November 2012: "One Place"
  • January 2011-January 2012: "Seven, Australia's No. 1"
  • 2012 (January-November): "You Gotta Love All Your Favourite Shows, Right Here on Seven."
  • November 2012-present: "Gotta Love It on Seven."
  • December 2014: "7 - Australia's No. 1"

Melbourne

HSV-7 (opened 1956)

  • 1960: "You're on Seven, This is Herald-Sun TV in Melbourne."
  • 1964: "HSV7 Tops The Lot!"
  • 1965-66: "Melbourne's Sold on HSV Channel 7!"
  • 1967: "Look For The Seven, the Sign of Top Television."
  • 1969-70: "Stay Tuned to Top Television, Channel 7."
  • Christmas 1970: "Christmas in Melbourne"
  • 1971-73: "This is Seven, Looking Good."
  • 1973-74: "Seven, Something Special"
  • 1975 (1 March-31 August): "SSSSSSS Seven Color Television/Seven Color/Seven"
  • 1976 (4 November): "20 Years of HSV7"
  • 1979: "You're on Seven" (borrowed elements from NBC's "NB-See Us")
  • 1980: "Seven is a Part of You"
  • Summer 1980/81: "Seven's Summer is a Part of You"
  • 1981: "Seven's Always Been a Part of You"
  • Summer 1981/82: "Summer is a Part of You"
  • 1982-83: "Take a Bow"
  • 1983-84: "Sevensational" (Also used by RTQ7 Rockhampton)
  • 1985-88: "Hello Melbourne" (based on Frank Gari's Hello News/Say Hello)
  • 1986 (Nov.): "Entertaining Melbourne, 1956-1986" (used to celebrate 30 Years of HSV-7)
  • 1989-92: "Nobody Knows Melbourne Like Seven."
  • 1990: "Made in Melbourne"
  • 1990: "The Best of Everything Australian is on Channel Seven"
  • 1996-98: "Melbourne's Home"
  • Early 1999: "Melbourne's Alive!"
  • 2005 (22 August): "Melbourne is Seven"
  • 2005 (4 November): "7 Melbourne - Our 50th Begins!" (Based on Frank Gari's Hello News variant of 1986)
  • 2006 (August-September): "7 Melbourne - 50 Years On"
  • 2011 (November): "Celebrating 55 Years - 4 November 1956-2011"
  • 2012: "Melbourne is My City"
  • 2014 (Nov. 5-present): "7 - Melbourne's No. 1"

Sydney

ATN-7 (born 1956)

  • 1956: "This is ATN Channel 7, Sydney"
  • 1960-63: "The Leadership Station"
  • 1966: "The Station That's Selling...Really Selling"
  • 1968: "The Live One"
  • 1969-70: "This is Channel Seven, Spearhead of Australian Television"
  • Summer 1978/79: "Seven Summer"
  • 1979: "Seven's Reaching for the Stars" (also used during 1983-84 by 11-8 Television (NRN11/RTN8)
  • 1980: "Channel 7's Proud in Sydney! (We're Proud)" (borrowed elements from NBC's "Proud as a Peacock")
  • 1981: "You're Watching Channel 7 Sydney."
  • 1985-87: "Let's All Be There" (based on NBC's "NBC, Let's All Be There" of 1984-1986)
  • 1986: "Sydney CBD" (used alongside "Let's All Be There")
  • 1986 (Nov.): "Thirty Years Together, Channel 7 and You" (based on WTTG's 1985 ID "Forty Years Together, Channel 5 and You")
  • 1987: "You're Invited on a Journey."
  • 1990-96: "Nobody Knows Sydney Like Seven."
  • 2006: "Celebrating 50 Years of Television in Sydney" (Used to celebrate 50 Years of Television in Sydney)

Brisbane

BTQ-7 (born 1959)

  • 1959: "Start on 7 and You'll Stay on 7!"
  • 1959: "This is Television 7, Brisbane!"
  • 1960-61: "Station of the Stars"
  • 1965: "The New 7"
  • 1966: "You'll See It All on Seven"
  • 1967: "Brisbane's Liveliest Channel"
  • 1972: "The Big 7"
  • 1975: "Seven - The Entertainers"
  • Summer 1978/79: "Summer Fever!"
  • 1979: "Seven Fever!" (used to celebrate 20 Years of BTQ7)
  • Summer 1979/80: "Summer Fever!"
  • 1980: "Seven, You're Still Looking Hot!"
  • Early 1981: "We're Doing It For You."
  • 1981: "Supercharged 7!"
  • 1982-88: "Love You Brisbane"
  • 1982: "Shine on Brisbane" (used to promote the 1982 Commonwealth Games)
  • 1984: "Love You Queensland - 25 Years of Television"
  • 1989: "Only The Best Will Do"
  • 1989: "Happy 30th Birthday!"
  • 1989-94: "Nobody Knows Brisbane Like Seven"
  • 1995-96: "Queensland's Great South East"
  • 1997-99: "The Great South East"
  • 1999: "7 - 1959-1999" (used to celebrate 40 Years of BTQ7)
  • Christmas 1999: "Christmas in the Great South East"
  • 2002: "The Great South East"
  • 2007-08: "Love You Queensland"
  • 2009 (Jul-Nov): "Celebrating 50 Years"
  • 2011 (January–February): "Love You Queensland"
  • 2013 (December): "Queensland Gotta Love It"
  • 2014 (December): "7 - Queensland's No. 1"

Adelaide

ADS-7 (1959–1987)

  • 1959: "Tonight is the Time, Seven is the Station" (used for ADS 7's launch on 24 October 1959)
  • 1959: "You're in Tune When You're Tuned to Seven"
  • 1959-61: "This is Adelaide Television, ADS Channel 7"
  • 1967: "The Station with the Pleasant Australian Accent!"
  • Summer 1977/78: "Seven's Summer Shines"
  • 1981: "It's Seven You're On"
  • 1984: "Adelaide is Seven"
  • 1985-86: "Let's All Be There" (based on NBC's "NBC, Let's All Be There" of 1984-86)
  • 1986-87: "Say Hello! - Adelaide Proud"

SAS-7 (1987–present)

  • Late 1987-88: "On The Move" (based on WLS-TV's 1984 slogan "Seven's on the Move")
  • 1989-90: "Adelaide's Channel 7" (Bee Gees's "First of May" played through the background)
  • 1989-95: "Nobody Knows Adelaide Like Seven"
  • 1997: "Adelaide's Home with Seven"

Perth

TVW-7 (born 1959)

  • 1980: "21 Years of Television"
  • 1981-82: "You Can See It All on 7" (also used by SAS-10)
  • 1982: "We're With You on Channel 7!" (Channel 7, We're With You!) (Also used by SAS-10 and NBN-3)
  • 1984: "25 Years Together"
  • 1985-89: "Love You Perth"
  • Summer 1986/87: "The Best Seat in the Heat!" (based on The Heat Is On (Glenn Frey song)) (used as the 1987 America's Cup theme)
  • 1989: "TVW Channel 7, Celebrating 30 Years of Television"
  • 1991-95: "Seven, Good Night"
  • 1997: "Perth's Home with Seven"
  • 1999: "Perth - 40 Years"
  • 2009 (Jul-Nov): "Still Love You Perth" (used to celebrate 50 Years of TVW7)
  • 2011 (Dec): "This City" (based on "This City" by Patrick Stump)

7HD

  • 2007-09: The Difference is Clear

7TWO

  • 2009-10: It's Time
  • 2010-12: To Inspire, To Solve, To Laugh
  • 2012-13: You Belong
  • 2013-16: You Belong on 7Two
  • 2016-present: Can Do

7mate

  • 2010-: Man's Best Friend
  • 2010-: Maaaaaaattttteee

TV4ME

  • 2011-16: Improve Yourself

7flix

  • 2016-: We've Got the Flix

Slogans not used on air

"Welcome to the Bright New World of Seven" (used to promote color broadcasts from 1974-75 on HSV-7 Melbourne )

"Bright New World" was created by HSV-7 Melbourne for use around Australia, but was not seen on air. It was used in a shopping centre promotion for "Phillips Natural Colour TV" during the period of colour test transmissions. The promotion involved TV sets on display with this Ident on a loop.

Unconfirmed

  • ADS7 1960's: "Seven Turns You On!"
  • ADS7 1960's: "You're Right on 7"
  • ATN7/TVW7 1980's: "Sail On"

References

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