|Darwin, Northern Territory|
|Channels||Digital: 33 (UHF)|
|Owner||Southern Cross Austereo and|
Nine Entertainment Co.
|First air date||28 April 2008|
|Call letters' meaning||Digital|
|Transmitter power||85.5 kW|
DTD, also known as 10 Darwin, is a digital television station in Darwin, Northern Territory. It is jointly owned by Nine Entertainment (owner of Nine Darwin) and the Southern Cross Austereo (owner of Seven Darwin) and operates under the company name Darwin Digital Television.
The licence to operate Darwin's third commercial television station was allocated to Darwin Digital Television Pty Ltd, a joint venture with the two existing commercial television broadcasting licensees in the Darwin area, Regional Television Pty Ltd (TND - Southern Cross Darwin) and Territory Television Pty Ltd (NTD - Nine Darwin) in early 2007.
The channel was due to launch in late 2007 but was delayed when the channel started test transmitting a test pattern on 21 April 2008 at 6.00p.m. ACST The channel started transmitting television programs on 28 April 2008 as part of a testing period ahead of the official launch.
The station is available only on digital television as an affiliate of Network Ten and Southern Cross Ten. It broadcasts on UHF channel 33. Its signal was rebroadcast via Tasmanian Digital Television in Hobart until the latter became an affiliate of the Nine Network in July 2016.
On 22 April 2010, DTD began broadcasting "One", a sports-only High-definition channel, owned by Network Ten. Network Ten recently altered the channel`s format to include documentaries, dramas and comedy aimed at male audiences between 4pm and 10.30pm, commencing from May 2011.
In October 2018, the channel rebranded from ONE to 10 Boss, and then quickly changed to 10 Bold to lineup with the southern states.
Darwin's 10 Bold is the only simulcast in Australia that still broadcasts the channel in High Definition.
On 3 May 2011, DTD commenced transmission of "Eleven", a general entertainment channel aimed at "distinctly youthful" viewers between the ages of 13 and 29, with programs such as Neighbours and The Simpsons returning to Darwin Free-To-Air TV screens on the new channel.