WIN switches back to Nine

WIN Network recently signed a new affiliation agreement with Nine, which means all their stations aligned with Network Ten will switch to Nine on 1st July 2021. Stations in WIN markets that are currently aligned with Nine, mostly owned by Southern Cross Austereo, will swap to Network Ten as a result. It was only in… Continue reading “WIN switches back to Nine”

GOLD in Western Australia

WIN’s home shopping channel GOLD has once again disappeared in regional Western Australia. While no one should really care whether a boring home shopping channel exists or not, the reasons why it isn’t broadcast in the West are interesting. Channels are delivered to terrestrial broadcast sites on the VAST satellite platform. Each broadcast site has… Continue reading “GOLD in Western Australia”

Regional WA ‘stage 1’ digital TV rollout press release

Digital commercial television didn’t begin in regional Western Australia until mid-2010. Below is a press release from 26th May 2010, released just prior to the official launch in Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Mawson Trigg (Central Agricultural) and Mingenew.  At the time, the networks only needed to have their primary channels available in at least one locality within… Continue reading “Regional WA ‘stage 1’ digital TV rollout press release”

Regional WA ‘stage 2’ digital TV rollout press release

The second stage of the digital TV rollout in Western Australia went full steam ahead in July 2011, with Prime Media and WIN Network launching all digital services at once in Bunbury, Western Australia. This was the press release from Prime Media: Digital Rollout Press Release Bunbury 2011-07-28 (PDF)