Nine (WIN)

Nice yeah I could see that happening

:moneybag::moneybag::moneybag:
^ That’s why.

Also, home shopping channels don’t need to be in HD whatsoever.

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In some regional markets, GOLD is the only outlet for home shopping brands to use. It’s valuable to WIN.

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when win owned 9 in Adelaide they showed it until 9 Entertainment bought 9 from Win it would happen the same if 9 bought out win in eg victoria

Ridiculous! I like to see a crystal clear HD picture of the overpriced garbage I’m buying! :rofl:

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A Tennis sponsor billboard just aired, but it had the WIN theme with the Nine-style sponsor, similar to WIN Ten using the SCA sponsor with the WIN theme.

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Was it a local sponsor?

I saw two, can’t remember the first but the second was for Harvey Norman. Both had the normal WIN sponsor music as well as no fade.

Proof:

Wasn’t able to get the start.

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Interesting. It would be nice if this was an indication of a wider change to Nine styled boards. But it’s probably just a case of WIN not being arsed redoing the graphics for a national sponsor and just changing out the audio. Perhaps Nine wants the AO branding intact too?

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WIN News squeeze back:

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And here is another of the Nine style billboards on WIN:

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Just heard an ad on i98fm Wollongong for a TV show branded as “on Nine”… no mention of the WIN Network in the promo.

An interesting contrast to here in Newcastle, where there is almost nil promotion of Nine’s shows on radio or elsewhere, only NBN News ever seems to be advertised externally here with no mention of Nine.

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I’ve played stacks of ads in recent years in Newcastle with “on Nine.”

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oh ok! I don’t remember hearing any on Triple M Newcastle or Hit… must be listening at the wrong times.

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They mention the channel nine brand on the Coffs Harbour and Grafton radio stations. I also noticed sometimes that triple M in Coffs Harbour would mention the channel 7 brand during some ads. They used the old Prime7 branding even a few months after the acquisition was completed.

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