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Contents

RVN2 1960s RVN-2 (1966) AMV-4 (1964) AMV4 1968-71 Rvnamv
1964–1966 1966–1985 1964–1968 1968–1985 1971–1985
 
Prime Network 1985-1988 Prime Television 1988 Prime 2000 Prime 2001 Prime7
1985–1988 1988–1996 1990–2001 2001–2011 2011–present


RVN-2 Wagga-Wagga

1964–1966

RVN2 1960s

RVN-2 Wagga-Wagga began transmission on 19 June 1964. Later on, translators would be 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.

1966–1971

RVN-2 (1966)

AMV-4 Albury-Wodonga

1964–1969

AMV-4 (1964)

AMV-4 Albury-Wodonga began transmission on 7 September 1964. Translators would be later set up at Khancoban NSW on VHF-7, Myrtleford on VHF-9, Corryong and Mt. Beauty on VHF-10 and Bright on VHF-11. The callsign stood for Albury Murray Victoria.  

1969–1971

AMV4 1968-71

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 Victoria

1988–1996

Prime Television 1988

In May 1988, Midstate Television was renamed Prime Television. Due to transmission problems following the 1989 aggregation, RVN/AMV de-merged and RVN became CBN-2 and expanded into Southern NSW while AMV-4 expanded into the rest of Victoria in March 1992. In 1991, RVN's callsign ceased to exist when the Wagga and Orange licences merge to become CBN while AMV moved from VHF-4 to VHF-11.

1990–2001

Prime 2000

2001–2011

Prime 2001

Prime7 Victoria

2011–present

Prime7


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