Ace Radio

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Ace Radio Broadcasters
Commercial Radio
Industry AM and FM Radio
Headquarters Melbourne, Australia
Area served
Wimmera, The Mallee, Gippsland, The South West (Victoria), Albury/Wodonga
Website http://www.aceradio.com.au

ACE Radio is an Australian radio company that owns and operates several AM and FM stations in Victoria. It is jointly owned by the Handbury and Paterson families[1] and includes 13 radio stations, one newspaper (The Weekly Advertiser - free to Wimmera residents), Country Directories Australia, ACE Direct Sales, Melbourne Radio School (Australia's only network owned radio school)[2] and employs over 160 people.

AM Network[edit]

Stations[edit]

Programs[edit]

The programs on ACE Radio's AM stations include;

  • Neil Mitchell
  • Sportsday
  • AFL Football
  • National and Local news
  • Country Today
  • My Generation

FM Network[edit]

Stations[edit]

Programs[edit]

The programs on ACE Radio's FM stations include;

Melbourne Radio School[edit]

The Melbourne Radio School is owned and operated as a division of ACE Radio Broadcasters, making it the only broadcast school in Australia directly connected to an active commercial radio network.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Smith, Faye (25 November 2004). "Tributes flow for Helen Handbury". The Wimmera Mail-Times. Retrieved 15 January 2015. 
  2. ^ "Ace Radio buys Melbourne Radio School". Radio Info. Retrieved 15 January 2015. 

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