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1962-1965 1965-1971 1971-1972 1972-1975 1975-1983
1962-1965 1965-1971 1971-1972 1972-1975 1975-1983
1983-1989 1989-2000 2001-2006 2006-2008 2008-2009
1983-1989 1989-2000 2001-2006 2006-2008 2008-2009
2009-2012 2012-2016 2016-2018 2018-2021 2021-present
2009-2012 2012-2016 2016-2018 2018-2021 2021-present

WIN-4 Wollongong

1962–1965

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WIN-4 Wollongong began transmission on 18 March 1962. The callsign stood for Wollongong (and the) Illawara Network. It also stood for Wollongong Illawarra New South Wales. Translators are later set up at Narooma, Eden, and North Wollongong on VHF-3 and at Bega on VHF-6.

1965–1971

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In 1967, translators are opened at Batemans Bay and Moruya on VHF-11.

1971–1972

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1972–1975

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1975–1983

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WIN Television

1983–1989

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Sometime in 1988, WIN Illawarra moves from VHF-4 to UHF-59 prior to the 1989 aggregation. WIN would remain on VHF-4 for two years after aggregation due to a delay with the construction of the Ulladulla TV transmitter.

WIN Southern NSW

1989–2000

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On 31 March 1989, the station expanded to Canberra on UHF-31, affiliating itself with the Nine Network. On 30 December, the station also expanded to the Central Tablelands (Orange) on UHF-39, to the Central Western Slopes (Dubbo) on UHF-32 and South Western Slopes/Eastern Riverina (Wagga-Wagga) on UHF-32. On 28 February 1991, the Ulladulla transmitter finally comes into service, clearing the way for WIN to vacate the VHF band a month later.

2001–2006

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2006–2008

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2008–2009

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2009–2012

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2012–2016

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2016–2018

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

2018-2021

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Channel Nine on WIN Southern NSW

2021-present

As of 2021 WIN uses Nine's branding with WIN's corporate logo.


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