104.1 Territory FM

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104.1 Territory FM
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City of license Darwin
Broadcast area Northern Territory, Australia
Slogan Darwin's Greatest Hits
Frequency 104.1 MHz FM Darwin
Repeaters 96.9 Lake Bennett
98.7 Alice Springs
98.5 Batchelor
99.7 Adelaide River
104.1 Jabiru
106.9 Gove
First air date 5 June 1981
Format Adult contemporary music, Talk
Class Community
Transmitter coordinates 12°22′26″S 130°52′04″E / 12.37395°S 130.867649°E / -12.37395; 130.867649
Owner Charles Darwin University
Webcast Online Stream
Website www.territoryfm.com

104.1 Territory FM is a community radio station[1] based in Darwin, Australia. Territory FM broadcasts a broad range of adult contemporary music from the Casuarina campus of Charles Darwin University.[2] News is provided by 2GB between 5:30 am and 11 pm[3]

The station is broadcast on 104.1 Darwin and Palmerston and 98.7 Alice Springs and can also be heard across the Northern Territory in Batchelor, Katherine/Tindal, Tennant Creek, Nhulunbuy and Adelaide River.[4]

Listenership[edit]

A 2008 survey commissioned by Roy Morgan research showed that 23% of Darwin and Palmerston residents listen to Territory FM. Territory FM is the most listened to station in Darwin between noon and 6 pm with 27% of Territory FM listeners aged between 35 and 54 years of age.[1]

Weekday shows[edit]

6am-9am Territory FM Breakfast with Johnny Mckay 9am-11am Mornings with Darly Manzie 11am-3pm The Classic Café with Joe Miller 3pm-6pm Drive with Matt Bern 6.30pm Nights with Alice Cooper 9pm-10pm Jih Seymour

Weekend shows[edit]

9pm-12n Sports Saturday with David White 6pm-9pm Best of Alice Cooper 9pm-11pm Saturday Night Rock with Lisa Sennett 11pm-2am Radio Cocktail with Steve Hooper

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Report of Territory FM 104.1" (PDF). 2008. Roy Morgan Research. pp. 4–8. Archived from the original on 19 July 2008. Retrieved 23 May 2008. 
  2. ^ "About Territory 104.1 FM". Territory 104.1 FM. Archived from the original on 27 April 2008. Retrieved 25 May 2008. 
  3. ^ "Territory FM's Program". Territory 104.1 FM. Archived from the original on 27 June 2008. Retrieved 25 May 2008. 
  4. ^ "Report of Territory FM 104.1" (PDF). 2008. Roy Morgan Research. p. 20. Archived from the original on 19 July 2008. Retrieved 25 May 2008. 

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