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1961–1970 1970–1975 1975–1981 1961–1962 (pre-launch) 1962–1978 1978–1989
1961–1970 1970–1975 1975–1981 1961–1962 (pre-launch) 1962–1978 1978–1989
1989–1993 1989-1992 (planned) 1992–1994 1994–2000 2001–2006 2006–2008
1989–1993 1989-1992 (planned) 1992–1994 1994–2000 2001–2006 2006–2008
2008–2009 2009–2012 2012–2016 2016–2018 2018–present
2008–2009 2009–2012 2012–2016 2016–2018 2018–present

GMV-6 Shepparton & Goulburn Valley

1961–1970

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GMV-6 Shepparton & Goulburn Valley began transmission on 23 December 1961, along with BCV-8 in Bendigo, in central Victoria. By the late 1960's their coverage would expand with low-powered transmitters in the fringes of the region including VHF-3 in Eildon, VHF-8 in Jerilderie, VHF-10 in Deniliquin, and VHF-10 in Alexandra, which was later changed to VHF-11. The callsign stood for Goulburn Murray Victoria.

1970–1975

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1975–1981

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BTV-6 Ballarat & Western Victoria

1961–1962 (pre-launch)

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1962–1978

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BTV-6 Ballarat & Western Victoria began transmission on 27 April 1962. To boost its signal in the fringes of its area, translator stations were later installed at Nhill on VHF-7, Warrnambool/Port Fairy on VHF-9, Hamilton on VHF-10 and Portland on VHF-11. The callsign stood for Ballarat Television Victoria.

SIX Network Victoria

1978–1989

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In 1978, GMV-6 Shepparton merged with BTV-6 Ballarat to form the SIX Network Victoria. In 1982, SES-8 Mount Gambier would adopt a similar logo when it briefly joined the SIX Network, resulting in the short-lived SIX-Eight Network.

VIC TV (Television Victoria)

1989–1993

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On 4 December 1989 after Television Victoria's owners ENT Ltd. purchased STV-8 Mildura, the three stations took on the identity of VIC TV - Television Victoria. This logo would not be seen on air until 1990 and it was also used as a secondary logo between 1992 and 1994. BTV's callsign would also change to RTV (a callsign shared with GMV-6). Their callsign would change again in 1991 to VTV in preperation for aggregation.

1989-1992 (planned)

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1992–1994

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On 1 January 1992, as part of the aggregation of regional Victoria, VTV extended their transmission area to incorporate Bendigo (UHF-35), Albury-Wodonga (UHF-33), Swan Hill (UHF-50), and Traralgon (UHF-43) and officially became an affiliate of the Nine Network. The famous "nine dots" symbol was added next to the "VIC".

WIN Victoria

1994–2000

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In October 1994, ENT Ltd. sold VIC-TV to the WIN Corporation and VIC-TV became WIN Victoria. In late 2000, VTV-6 Ballarat moved to UHF-36 to allow HSV-7 to commence digital broadcasting on VHF-6 without interference.

2001–2006

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2006–2008

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2008–2009

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2009–2012

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After the analogue signals in rural Victoria were shut off on 5 May 2011, VTV moved to UHF-37.

2012–2016

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2016–2018

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On 1 July 2016, VTV switched affiliation from the Nine Network to Network 10, which continues to rebroadcast a feed of its Melbourne station ATV-10 with local ads. As a result, both GLV and BCV switched over to Nine.

2018–present

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