Sky Racing 1 is one of Australia’s sports TV channels.Australia is an Oceania country Sky 1 Racing channel is broadcast in English,this sports channel is only suitable for friends who can understand English.
The office building of Sky 1 Racing channel is located at diameter:133.260012 and latitude:-25.316213,Sky 1 Racing mainly broadcast thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing events and events of other leagues,besides Sky 1 Racing, there are other sports channels in Australia such as Sky Racing 2、 Sky Thoroughbred Central、Sky International and other sports TV stations,KDS website provides Sky 1 Racing signal in hd, STANDARD definition, blue ray, regular definition.
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Following the launch of the Aussat A1 satellite in 1985, several dedicated satellite television channels began operating in Australia distributing content to various hotels, resorts and hospitality centres. Sky Channel began its first transmissions from the studios of STW9 in Perth on 20 October 1986, broadcasting to various hotels across Australia twelve hours a day. Programming consisted of sporting events from around the world with various music and entertainment programmes late at night. At the time, Sky Channel was owned by Alan Bond’s Bond Corporation.While the channel’s reception was initially mixed by viewers Sky Channel quickly grew to dominate hotel television services, acquiring rival Australian satellite sports channels Club Superstation and Sportsplay in 1987. Sky Channel’s studios were relocated to Club Superstation’s Sydney location soon after. A pay-per-view boxing channel, Sky Ringside was also introduced, only available exclusively in Sky Channel venues.
In 1998, Sky Channel was acquired by TabCorp and added a new channel for Australian home subscription television services Foxtel, Austar and Optus Vision called Sky Racing, expanding its availability from hotels to home viewers. From 2009, all of Sky’s channels were eventually rebranded to Sky Racing with the focus of programming shifted predominantly to 24-hour horse racing and greyhound racing. Sky Racing was split into three main channels; Sky Racing 1, Sky Racing 2 and Sky Racing World, later to be renamed Sky Thourougbred Central in 2015 following the closure of Australian Thoroughbred racing channel TVN.