RVN-AMV (Wagga Wagga/Albury-Wodonga)
RVN-2 Wagga-Wagga began transmission on 19 June 1964.
AMV-4 Albury began transmission on 7 September 1964.
Facing financial difficulties, both RVN-2 and AMV-4 merged to form The Riverina and North East Victoria Television Service in 1971. The station would be known on-air as RVN-AMV.
CBN-8 Orange began transmission on 17 March 1962.
Television 6-8-9 (Orange-Dubbo-Griffith)
Facing financial difficulties, it was decided in the early 1970s to enter into a joint programming agreement with MTN-9 Griffith, resulting in the formation of the Television 6-8-9 Network which combined the logos of CBN/CWN and MTN-9.
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MidState Television (Orange-Dubbo-Griffith)
9-8 Television (Tamworth/Taree)
NEN-9 Tamworth/Upper Naomi began transmission on 10 April 1965 with relay station NEN-1, later NEN-10, opening on 15 July 1966. ECN-8 Taree/Manning River began on 27 May 1966.
In 1971, NEN-9 merged with ECN-8 Taree but continued to use the ECN callsign into the mid 1980's. In 1984, the station branded itself 9-8 Television, reflecting the channel numbers of the Tamworth/Taree stations.
The Prime Network
In 1987, CBN/CWN merged with RVN/AMV to form the Prime Network in May 1988.
This logo was based on the Prime Network logo used from 1985-1988.
This logo continued to be used on studio buildings, cameras, news vehicles, et cetera, albeit as a secondary logo from 1990 until 1996.
Used for station identification only from 1990-1996, then as official logo from 1996-2001.
Short-lived secondary branding used in 2001.
In January 2011, the 2003 logo from Seven expanded to Prime and GWN as Prime7 and GWN7.
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