NBN Television is a television station based in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. The station was inaugurated on 4 March 1962 as the first regional commercial television station in New South Wales, and has since expanded to 39 transmitters throughout the northern half of New South Wales and parts of South East Queensland, including Tamworth, Tweed Heads, Lismore, Coffs Harbour, Hunter Region and the Gold Coast. It is owned by the Nine Network, with its schedule closely following those of metropolitan counterparts TCN in Sydney and BTQ in Brisbane.
The station's name, NBN, stands for Newcastle Broadcasting New South Wales. NBN is the only regional station in Australia to produce a one-hour news bulletin seven days a week. Since 2007, it has been owned by Nine's parent company Nine Entertainment Co., making it a sister station to its metropolitan counterparts. However, it is operated as a regional Nine affiliate, and not part of the main network.