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1962-1966 1966-1971 January-August 1965 1965-1971 1968-1969 1971-1977 1977-1989
1962-1966 1966-1971 January-August 1965 1965-1971 1968-1969 1971-1977 1977-1989
1975-1987 1985-1989 1989-1991 1991-1994 1994-1999 1999-2002 2002-2005
1975-1987 1985-1989 1989-1991 1991-1994 1994-1999 1999-2002 2002-2005
2005-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2021 2021-present
2005-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2021 2021-present

RTN-8 Lismore

1962–1966

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RTN-8 Lismore began transmission on 12 May 1962, and served Richmond (Tweed/Gold Coast). The callsign stood for Richmond and Tweed Heads New South Wales. Translators would later be installed at Murwillumbah, Bonalbo and Kyogle on VHF-5.

1966–1971

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NRN-10 Coffs Harbour

January–August 1965

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NRN-10 Coffs Harbour began transmission on 23 January 1965, and served Grafton and Kempsey. The callsign stood for Northern Rivers New South Wales.

NRN-11 Coffs Harbour

1965–1971

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In August, less than a year after commencing transmission, NRN-10 Coffs Harbour was granted the approval to change its frequency to 11 following reports that the VHF-10 signal was being affected by interference from ABRN-6 Richmond/Tweed.

Northern Rivers Television (first era)

1968–1969

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In 1968, NRN-11 Coffs Harbour merged with Taree station ECN-8 to form Northern Rivers Television. This was a disaster and they both demerged a year later.

Northern Rivers-Gold Coast Television

1971–1977

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In May 1971, NRN-11 Coffs Harbour merged with Lismore station RTN-8 to re-form Northern Rivers Television after a failed merger with ECN-8, who later merged with Tamworth station NEN-9 to form Television New England (now Prime7 Northern NSW).

11-8 Television

1977–1989

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In 1977, the station branded itself 11-8 Television to reflect the channel numbers of the Coffs Harbour and Lismore stations. In 1983, NRTV would be relayed into the Gold Coast on UHF-55 after a lobbying campaign by residents. This logo can also be seen in the 1985 NRTV logo in a glossy variant.

Great Eastland Television (GET)

1975–1987

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On 19 October 1975, NRN-11 Coffs Harbour, in partnership with DDQ-10/DDQ-5a Toowoomba, SDQ-4 Warwick, RTN-8 Lismore, NEN-9 Tamworth and ECN-8 Taree renamed themselves Great Eastland Television Network. In 1987, the GET branding was removed.

Northern Rivers Television (second era)

1985–1989

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1989–1991

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1991–1994

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On 31 December 1991, NRN launched its service in Manning River (Taree) on UHF-65, Newcastle (Hunter/Central Coast) on UHF-57, Upper Namoi (Tamworth) on UHF-34 and affiliated itself with Network Ten. On the same day, RTN's callsign is changed to NRN.

Ten Northern NSW (first era)

1994–1999

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After being sold to Telecasters Australia, NRTV rebranded itself in May 1994 to Ten Northern NSW, bringing to an end the "Northern Rivers" era.

1999–2002

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Southern Cross Ten Northern NSW

2002–2005

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2005–2016

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Ten Northern NSW (second era)

2016–2017

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Because Northern NSW wasn't affected by the affiliation change, Southern Cross Ten’s unique logo was entirely removed, making SCA adopt Ten’s branding fully.

WIN Northern NSW

2017–2018

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On 1 September 2017, NRN was purchased by regional Ten affiliate WIN Television, who found out that Northern NSW was the only region they forgot to cover.

2018–2021

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10 Northern NSW

2021-present

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As of 2021, WIN rebranded NRN into 10 Northern NSW and became a relay of TEN Sydney and TVQ Brisbane with local ads.


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