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Studio (TV channel)

Launched April 2010
Owned by Special Broadcasting Service
Picture format 576i (SDTV 16:9)
Slogan Australia's Arts & Entertainment Channel
Country Australia
Language English
Formerly called STVDIO (2010– 2012)
Foxtel Channel 132
Foxtel Channel 132

STUDIO is a subscription television arts channels available in Australia on the FOXTEL and AUSTAR platforms.[1]

Original Logo used from 1 April 2010 until 1 March 2012

The channel launched in April 2010 as STVDIO, and is owned and operated by SBS Subscription TV, a subsidiary of free-to-air broadcaster Special Broadcasting Service.

STUDIO is Australia's only channel dedicated to the arts and entertainment. It shows classical and popular music, literature, film, visual arts and dance with documentaries and performances.[2]

As part of a brand redesign in March 2012, the channel was renamed to STUDIO, suggested to be a more accessible name.[3]

Local Australian Productions

The channel also records live local music, theatre and dance productions, known as the STUDIO Season Ticket.[4]

  • Smoke & Mirrors with iOTA – Filmed at The Famous Spiegeltent during Sydney Festival 2011.[5]
  • Amadou & Mariam at WOMADelaide 2011 – The blind Mali duo performed at Adelaide's world music festival in March.[6]
  • Iconic Songs with Archie Roach – Indigenous performer and activist Archie Roach was joined by long-time friends Shane Howard and Neil Murray at WOMADelaide 2011 to perform three iconic Australian songs.[6]
  • The 2011 Helpmann Awards – Australia’s performing arts awards, broadcast live from the Sydney Opera House.[7]
  • The Australian Ballet presents Graeme Murphy's Romeo & Juliet – Live broadcast from Melbourne's the Arts Centre.[8]
  • notes from the hard road and beyond from Melbourne Festival 2011 – STUDIO announced it will record the closing night of the Melbourne International Arts Festival with performances by Joss Stone, Mavis Staples, and Rickie-Lee Jones.[9]

Arts Community

In addition to live performances, STUDIO also broadcasts news and updates on the Australian arts community. The channel broadcast short programs called STUDIO ‘Artbreaks’ which include interviews with local and international artists, performers, and coverage of current arts events.[10]

Past artists have included:

  • Dance choreographer Graeme Murphy
  • Director Wim Wenders
  • Author Thomas Keneally
  • Author Shaun Tan
  • Conductor and classical musician Vladimir Ashkenazy
  • Author Tim Winton
  • Singer Dee Dee Bridgewater
  • Theatre icon John Bell
  • Director Adam Elliot
  • Go-Betweens founder Robert Forster
  • Speigeltent Maestro David Bates
  • Opera star Cecilia Bartoli
  • You Am I member Tim Rogers

Past arts events covered have included:

  • 21st Century: Art in the First Decade exhibition at GoMA, Brisbane
  • Brisbane Festival 2011
  • Adelaide Cabaret Festival
  • Biennale of Sydney 2010
  • Desert Harmony Festival 2010
  • Edge of Elsewhere exhibition, Sydney Festival 2010
  • New Indigenous Wings, National Gallery of Australia
  • Ballets Russes: The Art of Costume exhibition, National Gallery of Australia
  • Venice Biennale 2011
  • ACO Instruments – from the Instrument Fund
  • ABAF Awards 2010


  1. ^ "About STUDIO". 'STUDIO'. Retrieved 5 March 2012. 
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  3. ^ "STVDIO rebrands to Studio to help viewers understand how to pronounce it". Mumbrella. Retrieved 5 March 2012. 
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  5. ^ "Smoke & Mirrors, Saturday, June 11". The Age (Melbourne). 11 June 2011. 
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  7. ^ "2011 Helpmann Awards Red Carpet, Monday, August 1". The Sydney Morning Herald. 1 August 2011. 
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External links

  • Official site
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