Hot Country Radio

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Hot Country Radio
City of license  Australia
Broadcast area Various
Branding Hot Country Radio
Slogan The World's Hottest Country
Frequency Various (see article)
Format Country music
Language(s) English
Power Various
ERP Various
Class usually Narrowcast
Owner Grant Broadcasters and Capital Radio Network
Website www.hotcountry.net.au

Hot Country Radio is a radio network broadcasting in various towns across Australia. Its target demographic is all people who love country music. Hot Country Radio is part of Grant Broadcasters. It is transmitted primarily via narrowcast stations of varying power. All bar three stations operate on the FM band.

The network is programmed out of Geelong, Victoria with various staff around Australia contributing towards the network. Program Direction comes out of Sydney, New South Wales whilst all online work is based in Darwin, Northern Territory. Technical and engineering support is provided by affiliated local commercial radio stations in or near the broadcast area of the Hot Country footprint. These staff consist primarily of employees of Grant Broadcasters and the Capital Radio Network.

This network is not to be confused with the Macquarie Regional Radio's Hot Country stations in Queensland.

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