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MTN-9 (1965) Mtn91973 Mtn9 1979 Cbncwnmtn Television689 1975 Television689
1965–1969 1969–1979 1979–1981 1973–1975 1975–1980 1980–1981
 
MidState1981 Mtnlogo Prime Television 1988 Mtn1989 WINtv 1989 WINtv 2001
1981–1988 1981–1988 1988–1989 1989–1998 1998–2000 2001–2006
 
WIN (2006) F911FAB4-DFC0-4BAE-9D32-79B56EDDF931 54F8FA45-80C2-4A8B-A120-83F4F477727D WIN logo-large Win 2016 WIN Television 2018
2006–2008 2008–2009 2009–2012 2012–2016 2016–2018 2018–present


MTN-9 Griffith (first era)

1965–1969

MTN-9 (1965)

MTN-9 Griffith began transmission on 15 December 1965. The callsign stood for Murrumbidgee Television New South Wales.

1969–1979

Mtn91973

1979–1981

Mtn9 1979


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Television 6-8-9

1973–1975

Cbncwnmtn

The high costs of operating a TV station in a small market led MTN-9 to join up with Dubbo and Orange stations CWN-6 and CBN-8 and form 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.

MTN-9 Griffith (second era)

1981–1988

Mtnlogo


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Prime Griffith

1988–1989

Prime Television 1988

In November 1988, MidState Television rebranded as Prime Television.

MTN Television

1989–1998

Mtn1989

After the government deemed Griffith and the M.I.A. too small a market for aggregation, MTN was abandoned by Prime Television in 1989. It then took up an affiliation with WIN Television, which was a Nine Network affiliate in Southern NSW.

WIN Griffith

1998–2000

WINtv 1989

WIN Corporation brought MTN and AMN from then-owner Associated Media Investments on 6 July 1998. Following the sale of the station, minor changes occurred, including MTN changed its on-air branding from MTN9 to WIN, and the news service rebranded as WIN News.

2001–2006

WINtv 2001

2006–2008

WIN (2006)

2008–2009

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2009–2012

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2012–2016

WIN logo-large


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Changes in the Broadcasting Services Act saw the M.I.A. region acquire a third TV licence on 14 June 2011. The new digital-only station, using the callsign MDN and broadcasting on UHF-32, launched on 13 January 2012. Then on 5 June both MTN and AMN switched their affiliates, with MTN becoming a Seven affiliate and AMN becoming a Nine affiliate.

2016–2018

Win 2016

After failing to sue Nine for violating their contract by opening 9Now, WIN switched affiliation from Nine to Network Ten on 1 July 2016.

2018–present

WIN Television 2018


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