Radio Stations in Hume, Victoria, Australia
Hume is a local government area in Victoria, Australia, situated north of Melbourne. The area has a variety of radio stations that cater to different interests and communities. Here are some of the radio stations that are receivable in Hume:
Community Radio Stations
Hume Community Radio
Frequency: 92.2 MHz
Hume Community Radio is a volunteer-run station that broadcasts local news and events, music and interviews with community leaders. It aims to promote a sense of community and provide a platform for local voices to be heard.
3CR Community Radio
Frequency: 855 kHz
3CR Community Radio is an independent station that broadcasts a diverse range of programs, including music, current affairs, arts and culture, and language programs. It is run by volunteers and funded by listener donations.
Frequency: 92.3 MHz
3ZZZ Radio is a multicultural station that broadcasts in over 70 languages, reflecting the diversity of the community in Hume and beyond. It aims to provide an inclusive platform for people to share their culture, language and experiences.
Commercial Radio Stations
Frequency: 693 kHz
3AW is a commercial station that provides news, talkback and live sports coverage, including football and cricket. It is part of the Macquarie Media network and has a strong presence in Melbourne and surrounding areas.
Frequency: 105.1 MHz
Triple M is a commercial station that plays rock music and offers a range of talkback programs, including sports, comedy and news. It is operated by Southern Cross Austereo and has a national footprint.
Frequency: 101.1 MHz
KIIS 101.1 is a commercial station that plays contemporary hit music and offers a range of entertainment and lifestyle programming, including celebrity interviews and competitions. It is owned by the Australian Radio Network and has a strong presence in Melbourne.