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MGS
Mount Gambier, South Australia
ChannelsDigital: 32 (UHF)
BrandingWIN SA
Programming
AffiliationsTen
Ownership
OwnerWIN Corporation
(WIN Television SA Pty Ltd)
SES/RTS
History
First air date
1 January 2004 (16 years ago) (2004-01-01)
Former channel number(s)
Analog:
41 (UHF)
Call sign meaning
Mount
Gambier
South Australia
Technical information
Licensing authority
ACMA
ERP200 kW
HAAT379 m (1,243 ft)[1]
Transmitter coordinates37°36′8″S 140°28′58″E / 37.60222°S 140.48278°E / -37.60222; 140.48278 (MGS)
Links
Websitewww.tenplay.com.au
LRS
Riverland, South Australia
ChannelsDigital: 35 (UHF)
Programming
AffiliationsTen
History
First air date
1 January 2004 (16 years ago) (2004-01-01)
Former channel number(s)
Analog:
34 (UHF)
Call sign meaning
Loxton
Renmark
South Australia
Technical information
Licensing authority
ACMA
ERP240 kW
HAAT180 m (591 ft)[1]
Transmitter coordinates34°27′52″S 140°32′1″E / 34.46444°S 140.53361°E / -34.46444; 140.53361 (LRS)

MGS and LRS are television stations owned by WIN Corporation in South Australia. Both are relays of ADS-10 in Adelaide, and brand as WIN SA, along with some occasional uses of the branding of its affiliated network as Ten SA.

Before 2004, SES was the only commercial television station broadcasting in Mount Gambier and the southeast of South Australia. The SES studios were located on John Watson Drive, Mount Gambier. RTS was the only commercial television station in the Riverland region of South Australia, with its studio on Murray Bridge Road, Loxton. Both stations broadcast a mixture of programs derived from the Seven Network, Nine Network, and Network Ten. The 2004 introduction of sole Network Ten affiliate, MGS and LRS, was the second commercial television station in the region - following this, SES/RTS became a sole Nine Network affiliate (until September 2007), only sports programs (particularly AFL matches) were acquired from the Seven Network.

At 9:00 a.m. on 15 December 2010, WIN Ten's analog signal was switched off, along with SES/RTS. The channels WIN SA, WIN Nine, and WIN Ten were renamed Seven SA, WIN SA and Ten SA. MGS/LRS is solely an affiliate of Network Ten.

10 News First updates bulletins regarding South Australian-specific news are presented by Rebecca Morse at ADS, Ten's Adelaide station, along with the national 10 News First. WIN merely produces short daily local bulletins through the MGS/LRS broadcast day.

On 1 July 2016, WIN Ten aligned with Network Ten after their program supply agreements through its affiliations with Seven Network to WIN Seven and Nine Network to WIN Nine expired. MGS/LRS also carry the Adelaide schedules of 10 Bold and 10 Peach through their secondary services.

References

  1. ^ a b HAAT estimated from http://www.itu.int/SRTM3/ using EHAAT.


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