Channel 31 Melbourne, Australia, had one of the more famous and long-lasting Fishcams. The Fishcam itself was originally used as a replacement to the more common testcards, shown when the station had nothing else to air. Due to extreme popularity though, the FishCam became an actual scheduled show on the network. The station has also released several VHS tapes of the program. The broadcast was accompanied by the music of unsigned Melbourne musicians.
Rumours have abounded amongst fans that Channel 31 has played repeats of this program while it has continued to be labelled "live".
From 4 March 2007 the broadcasting of FishCam on Channel 31 has ceased.
On October 13, 2014 FishCam returned at the new time of 9 pm hosted by Luis from Lessons with Luis.  It ran for 11 episodes, ending on December 22, 2014, when the fish tank was broken during the final episode. 
The ATV Network in Hong Kong also aired a Fishcam program, in lieu of test card after the station signs off the air. The program's name was Telefishion (Chinese: 魚樂無窮). It became an unexpected hit for the station, with the program performing as well as, if not better than, the station's normal primetime programs. The title of the show entered into popular vocabulary as one being incredibly bored.
Turkish broadcaster Digiturk broadcasts live fish tanks in their music channels under the name "Aquavision".
Netscape has a web feed of their fish tank, and for some time had an easter egg hidden in Netscape Communicator that would bring that page up when a user pressed CTRL + ALT + F. The Netscape Fishcam was the 2nd live camera to start broadcasting on the Web. The Netscape Fishcam went off line in the Summer of 2007 and has been moved to a new site by its original creator, Lou Montulli. The Fishcam easter egg is still present in Mozilla Firefox and SeaMonkey.
- Yule Log, which broadcast on WPIX on Christmas night
- Orchestra (unofficial name), which broadcast on TV11 Thailand during downtime