|Industry||Free To Air Television
|Founded||18 March 1962|
|Key people||Bruce Gordon, Deputy Chairman/Owner|
It began broadcasting in Wollongong with one station in 1963. Bruce Gordon acquired control of the company in 1979 and initiated a period of growth which has seen the Network spread to Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania and Western Australia. It is now the largest regional television broadcaster in Australia and is the fourth largest television broadcaster in Australia behind Networks Nine, Seven, and Ten. The WIN Network covers an area greater in size than Europe. WIN’s expansion into South and Western Australia increased the total potential audience to 4.842 million people across Australia.
- WIN Television
- Mildura Digital Television (50% share with Prime Media Group)
- Tasmanian Digital Television (50% share with Southern Cross Austereo)
- West Digital Television (50% share with Prime Media Group)
- Ten Network Holdings (13% stake)
- Crawford Productions
- Digital Distribution Australia
- SP Telemedia (13% stake)
- St. George Illawarra Dragons (24% stake)
- Australian Poker League (50% stake)
- Joint venture with Village Tasmania
On 21 April 2007, the board of Sunraysia Television endorsed WIN's revised offer of $163 million for STW-9.  On 30 May 2007, Southern Cross Broadcasting announced its sale of NWS-9 to the WIN Corporation for $105 million. On 8 June 2007, Sunraysia Television announced its sale of STW-9 to WIN Corporation for $163.1 million.
WIN Corporation also owns two FM radio stations in New South Wales:
- i98FM Wollongong/Illawarra (call sign 2WIN, 98.1 MHz)
- C91.3FM Campbelltown (call sign 2MAC, 91.3 MHz)
- Sharples, Ben (21 April 2007). "WIN wins Perth station". Herald Sun.
- "WIN buys Channel 9 Adelaide". AAP. theage.com.au. 30 May 2007. Retrieved 30 May 2007.
- "Sunraysia favours Ch 9 Perth sale to WIN". AAP. theage.com.au. 8 June 2007. Retrieved 8 June 2007.
- "ASX Announcement". AAP. asx.com.au. 4 June 2009. Retrieved 4 June 2009.