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Win1962 WIN4 1970-75 Wintv1971 WIN4 1962-70 Win tv 1970s WINTV 1983 WINtv 1989
1962-1965 1965-1970 1970-1972 1972-1975 1975-1983 1983-1989 1989-2000
 
WINtv 2001 WIN (2006) F911FAB4-DFC0-4BAE-9D32-79B56EDDF931 54F8FA45-80C2-4A8B-A120-83F4F477727D WIN logo-large Win 2016 WIN Television 2018
2001-2006 2006-2008 2008-2009 2009-2012 2012-2016 2016-2018 2018-present


WIN-4 Wollongong

1962–1965

Win1962

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.

1965–1970

WIN4 1970-75

1970–1972

Wintv1971

1972–1975

WIN4 1962-70

1975–1983

Win tv 1970s

By the late 1970's coverage had expanded to Moruya/Batemans Bay on VHF-11, Narooma and Eden on VHF-3, and Bega on VHF-6.

WIN Television

1983–1989

WINTV 1983

Sometime in 1988, WIN Illawarra moves from VHF-4 to UHF-59 prior to the 1989 aggregation.

WIN Southern NSW

1989–2000

WINtv 1989

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.

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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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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