Who owns Channel win?

Who owns Channel win?

Who owns Channel win?

WIN Corporation
WIN also has a program supply agreement with third-placed metropolitan broadcaster Network 10, for its Northern New South Wales station….WIN Television.

Owner WIN Corporation
Sister channels WIN HD 9Gem 9Go! 9Life TVSN GOLD
Launched 18 March 1962

Can you watch Win TV online?

If you are using a Mac or a PC, you can also watch live TV from the WinTV Extend Server. All you need is a browser (Safari recommended on the Mac) and a Flash video player.

Who is the WIN Corporation?

WIN Corporation is a private Australian media company, that owns assets including the WIN Television network, Crawford Productions and several local radio stations. The company is based in Wollongong, New South Wales.

What happened Win Channel?

While no deal has yet been made, it’s like the channel currently branded as ‘Channel 9’ in regional areas will now become aligned with Network 10. The return of Channel NINE programming on WIN TV comes into effect on 1 July 2021.

Has WIN NEWS been axed?

Following the announcement that the Riverina, Central West and the Border North East areas would be folded into the Western NSW and Regional Victorian editions of WIN News, the news updates ceased production on 30 June 2021.

What channel is Win TV?


Channel Number Channel Name
8 9
80 9HD
81 9Gem

What is Win Network?

The WELL BEING IN THE NATION (WIN) NETWORK is a growing strategic network working together to advance intergenerational well-being and equity. Why WIN Exists. WIN begins with a recognition that the legacies of the past and the policies, structures, and beliefs we choose to live with shape our current reality.

How much is Bruce Gordon worth?

A$870 million
In 2021, the Australian Financial Review assessed Gordon’s net worth at A$870 million. Gordon is one of eleven living Australians who have appeared on every Rich List, since it was first published in 1984.

Does WIN TV still exist?

After a dramatic split in 2016 the two networks are back together. WIN TV and Nine have inked a deal which will see more changes in regional television as WIN transfers back to an affiliation agreement its former partner from 1 July 2021.