100.9 ZZZ FM

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Triple Z fm
Broadcast area Lismore & Far North Coast
Slogan "Playing more hits"
Frequency 100.9 MHz FM
First air date 1994
Format Top 40 / Mix
Owner Broadcast Operations Group

Triple Z (call sign: 2ZZZ) is a commercial radio station covering New South Wales' Far North Coast, and is part of the Broadcast Operations Group. The station targets the 18-39 market with a mostly top 40 hits format, though in networking hours the format shifts to a more adult contemporary mix.

It began broadcasting on January 1 1994 from its Goonellabah studios. First announcer on air was Dave Williams, followed by Vashti Stewart, Neil Marks & Mike O'Reilly. The first song played on air was 'Glenn Frey' with 'The Heat Is On'.

Triple Z is live 6am to 6pm weekdays and 6am to 12pm weekends, switching to a network feed outside of these hours.

Former announcers/newsreaders[edit]

  • Jamie McDonald (Southern Cross/Austereo)
  • Jess Capolupo (Star 104.5)
  • Chris Hutchings (Hot 100FM)
  • Sarah Demicoli (Power FM, SA)
  • Damien Haffenden (Hitz939)
  • Emily Mills (2DayFM)
  • Jack Lawrence (Sea FM)
  • Brooke Munro (DMG)
  • Morgan Kazmarik (ABC Radio)
  • Michelle Buckworth (Nine News, Darwin)
  • Travis Mether (Retired, Melbourne)
  • Vaughan Jones (Hot FM, Sunshine Coast)
  • Chris Beckhouse (Triple M, Sydney)
  • Lawrence Moorfield (1029 Hot Tomato)
  • Dave Williams (Triple M, Melbourne)
  • Samantha Turnbull (ABC, North Coast)
  • Bruce MacKenzie (ABC, North Coast)
  • Karly Nimmo (Killer Kopy)
  • Anna Moulder (ABC, Tamworth)

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Coordinates: 28°48′44″S 153°20′46″E / 28.8122°S 153.3460°E / -28.8122; 153.3460