NOTE: This page only shows branding logos for the stations.
- For the different television stations owned by WIN Corporation, see WIN Southern NSW, WIN Northern NSW, WIN Griffith, WIN Victoria, WIN Mildura, WIN Queensland, Seven South East SA, Seven Riverland, WIN Western Australia and WIN Tasmania.
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WIN Television is an Australian television network owned by WIN Corporation that is based in Wollongong, New South Wales. WIN commenced transmissions on 18 March 1962 as a single Wollongong-only station, and has since expanded to 24 owned-and-operated stations with transmissions covering a larger geographical area of Australia than any other television network except for Australia Plus which broadcasts to 44 countries. In most areas it is a primary affiliate of Network 10.
In 1989 due to its regional affiliate status, WIN TV in Wollongong started using this logo with the nine dots sitting next to it and became a Nine Network affiliate. On 31 March, the station expanded to Canberra on UHF-31. They later expanded on 30 December to the Central Tablelands on UHF-39 and the Central/South Western Slopes and Eastern Riverina on UHF-32.
2012–2016, 2021 (tentative)
After failing to sue Nine for violating their contract by opening 9Now, WIN launched its brand new logo and switched affiliation from the Nine Network to Network Ten on 1 July 2016. SCA switched to Nine as a result. 
On 31 October 2018, the WIN logo has been surrounded by the circle, which looks like Network 10's current logo at the time.
On 5th March 2021, it was announced that WIN has signed a new affiliation agreement with Nine Entertainment Co. in areas of Regional Queensland, Southern New South Wales and the ACT, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia, effective from 1st July 2021. For the first time in 5 years, this will mean that Nine’s content and channels will be seen across most regional markets.
Free-to-air television in Australia
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