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Australian Radio Network

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Australian Radio Network
IndustryBroadcasting
Headquarters,
Australia
Number of locations
6 markets
Area served
Australia
ServicesRadio:
KIIS Network
Pure Gold Network
The Edge
Digital media:
iHeartRadio
OwnerHere, There & Everywhere
ParentHere, There and Everywhere
Websitewww.arn.com.au

The Australian Radio Network is a group of commercial radio stations around Australia. It includes the Pure Gold, KIIS Network, The Edge and iHeartRadio brands.

The company operates the ARN News service in Australia, which uses international correspondents and source news stories from AAP in Australia, CNN from the United States and Sky News and IRN from the United Kingdom. ARN has newsrooms in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and Adelaide.

Originally ARN was a joint venture of Australian media conglomerate APN News & Media and United States radio company iHeartMedia (formerly Clear Channel Communications). On 19 February 2014, it was reported that APN News & Media had agreed to purchase Clear Channel's 50% stake in the Australian Radio Network.[1] As a result, the Australian Radio Network is now fully owned by Here, There & Everywhere (formerly APN News & Media). The company continues to operate the Australian version of iHeartRadio.[2]

Until 2014, ARN also included New Zealand radio networks Newstalk ZB, Classic Hits FM, ZM, Radio Sport, Radio Hauraki, Easy Mix, Flava and Coast. These are now part of the New Zealand Media and Entertainment.

Assets

KIIS 106.5, The Edge 96.ONE and 101.7 WSFM studios in North Ryde
KIIS 106.5, The Edge 96.ONE and 101.7 WSFM studios in North Ryde

The Australian Radio Network operates twelve radio stations, targeting the 25-to-54-year-old demographic. These stations include

KIIS Network

Callsign Frequency Branding Location Format Notes
1CBR 106.3 MHz FM
107.1 MHz FM0
Mix 106.3 Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Adult contemporary Joint venture with SCA
Formerly Kix 106
2WFM 106.5 MHz FM KIIS 106.5 Sydney, New South Wales Top 40 (CHR) Formerly 2UW and Mix 106.5
3TTT 101.1 MHz FM KIIS 101.1 Melbourne, Victoria Top 40 (CHR) Formerly 3DB, 3TT, TTFM and Mix 101.1
4BFM 097.3 MHz FM 97.3FM Brisbane, Queensland Adult contemporary Joint venture with NOVA Entertainment
5ADD 102.3 MHz FM
096.7 MHz FM
Mix 102.3 Adelaide, South Australia Adult contemporary Formerly 5DN, Radio 102FM and 5AD FM
6NOW 096.1 MHz FM 96FM Perth, Western Australia Active rock Formerly Triple M

Pure Gold Network

Callsign Frequency Branding Location Format Notes
2UUS 101.7 MHz FM
088.3 MHz FM
099.1 MHz FM
101.7 WSFM Sydney, New South Wales Classic hits Formerly 2WS
3KKZ 104.3 MHz FM Gold 104.3 Melbourne, Victoria Classic hits Formerly 3KZ and KZFM
4KQ 0693 kHz AM 4KQ Brisbane, Queensland Classic hits
Oldies
5DN 1323 kHz AM Cruise 1323 Adelaide, South Australia Classic hits
Oldies
Formerly 5AD, Radio 1323 and SEN 1323

Other stations

Callsign Frequency Branding Location Format Notes
2ONE 096.1 MHz FM The Edge 96.ONE Katoomba, New South Wales Rhythmic top 40
Urban contemporary
Formerly 2KA and OneFM
2ROC 104.7 MHz FM
100.7 MHz FM
Hit104.7 Canberra, Australian Capital Territory Top 40 (CHR) Joint venture with SCA
6PER 93.7 MHz FM Nova 93.7 Perth, Western Australia Top 40 (CHR) Joint venture with NOVA Entertainment

Digital radio

The Australian Radio Network also broadcasts a number of digital only radio stations.[3]

Branding Frequency Location Format Notes
Chemist Warehouse Remix DAB+ block 9B (VHF, Sydney and Melbourne)

DAB+ block 9A (VHF, Brisbane and Adelaide)
Sydney, New South Wales
Melbourne, Victoria
Brisbane, Queensland
Adelaide, South Australia
Adult contemporary
The '80s DAB+ block 9B (VHF, Sydney and Melbourne)

DAB+ block 9A (VHF, Brisbane and Adelaide)
Sydney, New South Wales
Melbourne, Victoria
Brisbane, Queensland
Adelaide, South Australia
1980s music WSFM 80s in Sydney
Gold 80s in Melbourne
97.3 80s in Brisbane
Mix 102.3 80s in Adelaide
The '90s DAB+ block 9B (VHF, Sydney and Melbourne)

DAB+ block 9A (VHF, Brisbane and Adelaide)
Sydney, New South Wales
Melbourne, Victoria
Brisbane, Queensland
Adelaide, South Australia
1990s music KIIS 90s in Sydney
KIIS 90s in Melbourne
97.3 90s in Brisbane
Mix 102.3 90s in Adelaide
The Edge Digital DAB+ block 9B (VHF, Sydney and Melbourne)

DAB+ block 9A (VHF, Brisbane and Adelaide)
Sydney, New South Wales
Melbourne, Victoria
Brisbane, Queensland
Adelaide, South Australia
Rhythmic top 40
Urban contemporary

Former stations

Branding Frequency Location Format Notes
4BH 882 kHz AM Brisbane, Queensland Easy listening Sold to NOVA Entertainment in 2002[4]
PureCountry Online streaming Worldwide, based in Sydney Country music Closed in 2009
KseraRadio.com Online streaming Worldwide, based in Sydney Rhythmic top 40
Urban contemporary
Closed
Classic Hits Live DAB+ block 9B (VHF, Sydney and Melbourne)

DAB+ block 9A (VHF, Brisbane and Adelaide)
Sydney, New South Wales
Melbourne, Victoria
Brisbane, Queensland
Adelaide, South Australia
Classic hits Replaced by Pure Gold '80s in 2010
Classic Hits Plus DAB+ block 9B (VHF, Sydney and Melbourne)

DAB+ block 9A (VHF, Brisbane and Adelaide)
Sydney, New South Wales
Melbourne, Victoria
Brisbane, Queensland
Adelaide, South Australia
Classic hits Replaced by Pure Gold '90s in 2010

See also

References

  1. ^ "APN confirms ARN & TRN buyout". Retrieved 21 September 2014.
  2. ^ "iHeartRadio – ARN – Australian Radio Network". Retrieved 21 September 2014.
  3. ^ ARN Digital-radio Archived 10 June 2012 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Marriner, Cosima (25 January 2002). "FM partner buys 4BH from ARN". The Sydney Morning Herald. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 2 December 2015.

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