Eclipse Music TV

Eclipse Music TV
Also known as All Phones Eclipse Music TV
Genre Music television
Country of origin Australia
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 9
Location(s) Sydney, New South Wales
Running time 60 minutes (inc. ads)(2005–2009)
30 minutes (inc. ads)(2010–2013)
Original network Seven Network (2005–2009)
GO! (2010–2013)
Picture format 576i (SDTV)
Audio format Stereo
Original release 2005 – 2013

Eclipse Music TV was an Australian music television show which was broadcast every Sunday from 12:30pm on GO!.[1] On air, the show is referred to as AllPhones Eclipse Music TV, after its major sponsor All Phones.[1] The first series went to air on the Seven Network in 2005, Eclipse Music TV quickly became Australia's number one Saturday music chart show til 2007.[2] Its final show on the Seven Network aired on 28 November 2009, before moving to GO! on 8 April 2010. The series ended in 2013.

Programme format

Eclipse Music TV generally plays a top five countdown that consists of national and international video clips, requested by the viewers using SMS, as well as new releases and a classic clip. It also frequently has competitions such as mobile phones and DJ sets like Turntables as well as CD reviews, celebrity gossip and star interviews. While on the Seven Network, the show ran for 60 minutes, whereas on the Nine Network the run-time is shortened to a half-hour.

Sports broadcasts

When on the Seven Network due to the programs timeslot, it quite often got preempted for sports coverage such as Australian Open Tennis, AFL Finals, Bathurst 1000 and the Melbourne Cup carnival. When this happened, Eclipse Music TV wasn't seen at any time that week.


Eclipse Music TV moved to GO! on 8 April 2010. The half hour show airs every Sunday from 12:30pm, and then replayed on the Nine Network at Wednesdays at midnight, WIN/NBN Thursdays 12.30am, and again on Go! on Thursdays at midnight.[1]


The presenters on the Seven Network have included:

The presenters on GO! include:


Guest presenters

Over time special guest and fill-in presenters have included:

Themed specials

The shows themed specials have included so far

See also


  1. 1 2 3 "Eclipse Music TV - Allphones". 10 April 2011.
  2. "Smart Market Communications". Retrieved 2 August 2008.
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