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Contents

Gwn79 Gwn83 GWN 1986-94 GWN 1995-2001 GWN7 logo3 GWN7 logo
1979-1983 1983-1986 1986-1995 1995–2001 2001–2011 2011–present


BTW-3/GSW-9

1967-1974

BTW3-GSW9 1968-74

BTW-3 Bunbury began transmission on 10 March 1967 while GSW-9 Mount Barker opened as a relay on 28 August 1968. On 18 June 1971, VEW-8 Kalgoorlie began transmission followed on 29 November by relay station VEW-3 Kambalda.

BTW-3/GSW-9-10

1974-1977

BTW3-GSW9-GSW10 1974

On 29 August 1974, relay station GSW-10 began transmission in Albany.

BTW-3-10/GSW-9-10-11

1977-1979

BTW3-GSW9-GSW10-GTW11 1977

On 21 January 1977, GTW-11 began transmission in Geraldton.

Golden West Network

1979-1983

Gwn79

In 1979, Jack Bendat purchased South West Telecasters (owner of BTW/GSW) and changed the company's name to Golden West Network (GWN). In December 1985, GWN continued its expansion through Western Australia with the purchase of Mid-West Television (owner of VEW-8 Kalgoorlie).

1983-1986

Gwn83

The Golden West Network became a network in 1983, with a shared logo produced and used across the regional stations, featuring the letters GWN inside an outlined oval. This logo was also used for the Golden West Network radio stations in regional Western Australia.

1986-1995

GWN 1986-94

In March 1987, GWN purchased Geraldton Telecasters (owner of GTW-11 Geraldton). In 1990, both the BTW and GSW callsigns merged to become SSW.

1995–2001

GWN 1995-2001

This logo was used across the network in 1995. The new logo was introduced with the removal of outlined oval surrounding the letters GWN. In November 1996, Prime Television purchased GWN.

2001–2011

GWN7 logo3

Following this, 2001 saw the launch of a new simplified yellow logo, with the removal of the orbiting ring. This logo was launched concurrently with a similarly design logo on Prime Television.

GWN7

2011–present

GWN7 logo

On 15 January 2011, both GWN and Prime were rebranded to GWN7 and Prime7.