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Contents

1976–1983 1983–1999 1999–2000 2001–2006
1976–1983 1983–1999 1999–2000 2001–2006
2006-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010–present
2006-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010–present

RTS-5A Riverland

1976–1983

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RTS-5A began transmission on 26 November 1976 and served Loxton, Renmark, and Riverland. The callsign stood for Riverland Television South Australia.

1983–1999

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In the 1990s, RTS was bought by the owners of SES-8.

WIN South Australia

1999–2000

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On 15 August 1999, WIN Television acquired SES and RTS and integrated them into the WIN Television network, with the branding now matching that of the Nine Network.

2001–2006

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On 1 January 2004, WIN Television introduced a Network Ten station, WIN Ten (MGS-41/LRS-34) as the second commercial television station in the region. Following this, SES/RTS became a primary Nine Network affiliate with only sports programs being acquired from the Seven Network.

2006–2008

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On 7 August 2009, WIN recommenced broadcasting Channel Nine as a digital-only service (SES Digital (SDS-5) in Spencer Gulf and RTS Digital (RDS-5) in the Riverland) starting on 4 October 2009. The channel is a direct feed of NWS-9 with local commercials in place of the Adelaide feed.

2008–2009

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2009–2010

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Seven Riverland

2010–present

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After SES/RTS' analogue signal was switched off on 15 December 2010, the channels WIN SA, WIN Nine and WIN Ten were renamed Seven SA, WIN SA and Ten SA. MGS/LRS now only shows Network Ten programming after aligning with them on 1 July 2016.


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