Welcome to the Channel Telegraph

the Channel Telegraph is like the new “older” kid on the online block. They’ve made some friends. Learnt some stuff and made some mistakes. They have, for a while now, been kicking around an idea in a tin can on the roads and laneways along the D’Entreacasteaux Channel in southern Tasmania.

Channel Telegraph
Channel Telegraph

It will have news and stories – and more. It will run free adverts – it can also offer paid classifieds. Through the Channel Telegraph you can also access a network of online support, products and services.

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It will have news and stories – and more. It will run free adverts – it can also offer paid classifieds. Through the Channel Telegraph you can also access a network of online support, products and services.

The free adverts are aimed at supporting all businesses, services, manufacturers, artisans, suppliers, community and government supported groups and associations, schools and the full list will build over time. If you find yourself or your activities in this list, or for someone you may know and want to take advantage of a free plug – well give us a shout!

You can get a free ad in the Channel Telegraph community hub if you live in and around the Channel and Huon regions, or if your business and services already serves these regions, or is planning to.

More details soon on that bit and the lowdown on the what, where how and when!

The Channel Telegraph WILL ALSO OFFER news, entertainment, information and education channels.

The Channel Telegraph will write, create, present, seek out, invite and publish interesting stories, essays, videos, podcasts and much, much more. Our content will come with a range of styles, opinions, views and approaches – be they local, Tasmanian and beyond. They will come from a host of contributors – many and varied, and they will come from far and near. The Channel Telegraph aims to deliver content, that, for those who drop by will find useful, engaging, relevant, educational and thoughtful – and, at times (well quite a few times) – humorous.

The Channel Telegraph can also connect you through to a network of professional online service providers, suppliers, designers and technicians to support businesses – in bricks and mortar and online.

Access a network of Tasmanian and Australian based online services for existing businesses  that already use the connectivity of the modern internet to support their venture – through to those getting started and need some help.

You can tap into the network to get help with:

  • copy writing
  • graphic design
  • multimedia production
  • film and audio

We can also offer access to help in setting up new social media channels and web sites.

Professional, affordable and reliable support for those already working and selling on online, or dabbling in a new online business, or a hobby that is turning pretty serious.

Channel Telegraph can also get you access to web hosting and support services; online local computer help via webcam, tablet and phone; project communication support and; industry and commonality engagement consultancy services.

Channels are an excellent way to send and receive information.

Channels are an effective way to carry the information that our communities need to stay safe, be connected, keep informed and always be learning and growing. The Channel Telegraph will always aim to deliver that information in a well-produced, friendly and trusted format that will inform, entertain and teach.

But we are still the new “old” kid on the block.

The Channel Telegraph will grow as it gets known, contributors will start to contribute, businesses and services will advertise and promote, and the community we hope joins in as we establish a safe and friendly online space to share, starting in the Channel and Huon neighborhood…and beyond.

So please come back again soon and see what’s grown in and around the Channel Telegraph… and we can tell you, it won’t be moss.

Drop us a comment, fill out our contact form or email us today!

Thanks for joining us and we hope you come back – again and again – and bring your friends with you as we slowly grow this space into a valued, trusted, fun and informative place to get together and stay informed, entertained and connected.

Channel Telegraph – Strong and safe communities staying connected and informed