Adelaide moved in new WIN-Nine Entertainment deal

Adelaide moved in new WIN-Nine Entertainment deal
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Nine Entertainment Co has purchased Channel 9 Adelaide as part of its new affiliation agreement with regional television network, WIN.

The WIN Network has extended its relationship with Nine for WIN Regional Australia and Channel 9 Perth.

Andrew Gordon, executive chairman of WIN, said: “The extension of the affiliation arrangements ensures that WIN will continue to broadcast Australia’s best content including Test Cricket, One Day and Twenty20 cricket internationals and National Rugby League.”

Gordon said Channel 9 Adelaide had been successful part of the WIN Network over the past six years and wished the channel and its staff “all the best for the future” as part of Nine.

WIN was advised by KPMG Corporate Finance and Atanaskovic Hartnell.

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