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Contents

Cbn8 CBN-8 (1963) CBN-8 and CWN-6 (1965) Cbncwn1965 Cbncwn1973 Cbncwn1975 Television86
1962–1963 1963–1965 1965–1968 1968–1973 1973–1977 1977–1980 1980-1981
 
Cbncwnmtn Television689 1975 Television689 MidState1981 RVN2 1960s RVN-2 (1966) Rvnamv
1973–1975 1975–1980 1980–1981 1981–1988 1964–1966 1964–1985 1971–1985
 
Prime Network 1985-1988 Prime Television 1988 Prime 2000 Prime 2001 Prime7
1985–1988 1988–1996 1990–2001 2001–2011 2011–present


CBN-8 Central NSW

1962–1963

Cbn8

CBN-8 Central NSW began transmission on 17 March 1962 with a relay station setup in 1965 at Lithgow on VHF-6. The callsign stood for Country Broadcasting Services Limited New South Wales. The station was licensed to Country Broadcasting Services (later Country Television Services).

1963–1965

CBN-8 (1963)

CBN/CWN

1965–1968

CBN-8 and CWN-6 (1965)

CWN-6 Dubbo began transmission on 1 December 1965 with a relay station setup in 1968 at Mudgee on VHF-9. The callsign stood for Central Western Slopes New South Wales. The CBN-8 studios in Orange provided program output for CWN.

1968–1973

Cbncwn1965

In 1969, relay stations were setup at Cobar and Kandos/Rylstone on VHF-10. This was followed in 1972 by relay stations VHF-4 at Portland/Wallerawang and VHF-11 at Bathurst.

1973–1977

Cbncwn1973

Television 8-6

1977–1980

Cbncwn1975

In 1977 both CBN-8 and CWN-6 were branded on-air as Television 8-6.

1980–1981

Television86

Television 6-8-9

1973–1975

Cbncwnmtn

Facing financial difficulties, it was decided in 1973 to enter into a joint programming agreement with Griffith station MTN-9, resulting in the formation of the Television 6-8-9 Network which combined the logos of CBN/CWN and MTN-9.

1975–1980

Television689 1975

1980–1981

Television689

MidState Television

1981–1988

MidState1981

In March 1981, the network was rebranded MidState Television 6-8-9. In 1987, CBN/CWN were purchased by Ramcorp Ltd.

RVN-2 Wagga-Wagga

1964–1966

RVN2 1960s

RVN-2 Wagga-Wagga began transmission on 19 June 1964. Translators would be later set up at Young on VHF-6, Wagga City on VHF-11 and Tumbarumba on UHF-69. The callsign stood for Riverina New South Wales.

1964–1985

RVN-2 (1966)

RVN-AMV

1971–1985

Rvnamv

Facing financial difficulties, both RVN-2 Wagga-Wagga and AMV-4 Albury-Wodonga merged to form The Riverina and North East Victoria Television Service in 1971. The station would be known on-air as RVN-AMV. Programming for both stations would remain seperate until 1976 when transmission would be centralised in Wagga-Wagga.

The Prime Network RVN-AMV

1985–1988

Prime Network 1985-1988


In October 1987, Midstate Television was bought out by Ramcorp Ltd. It was soon merged with its other stations RVN/AMV and NEN/ECN.

Prime Southern NSW

1988–1996

Prime Television 1988

In May 1988, CBN/CWN were merged with RVN/AMV to form Prime Television. When aggregation occurred in Southern NSW on 30 March 1989, both CBN and CWN were merged into one station CBN, branded on-air as Prime Television. That same day CBN expanded into Canberra (UHF-34) and Illawarra/Regional Wollongong (UHF-65). By 1991, the Wagga-Wagga and Orange licenses were merged into one with RVN taking on the CBN callsign. 

1990–2001

Prime 2000

2001–2011

Prime 2001

Prime7 Southern NSW

2011–present

Prime7


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