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STW-9 Perth began transmission on 12 June 1965. The callsign stood for Swan Television Western Australia. Upon launch, STW and rival TVW-7 launched a joint company entitled TV Facilities to allow the two Perth channels to share access to networked programs from the east coast.
In 1978, STW-9 became an affiliate of the Nine Network. In 1989, Sunraysia Television acquired the station from Bond Media who were forced to sell due to cross-media ownership laws.
On 8 June 2007, Swan Television and Broadcasters was acquired from Sunraysia Television by WIN Corporation.
The dots didn't return in Adelaide or in Perth due to being owned by WIN Corporation during 2007.
In 2013, Nine Entertainment Co. (now Nine) purchased STW from the WIN Corporation and gain control of the station on 30 September.
Television in Western Australia