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|City of license||Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia|
|Slogan||The Voice of the Illawarra|
|Frequency||106.9 MHz FM|
|Owner||Illawarra Community FM Broadcasters Limited|
VOXFM 106.9 is a community radio station in Wollongong, New South Wales, broadcasting on the FM band. The station's FM frequency is 106.9. The station's broadcast area reaches from Helensburgh in the north to Gerringong in the south, and at times receives calls from listeners receiving the signal in the Blue Mountains. VOX offers a variety of music from the 50's 60's, 70's and 80's. It has programs for all tastes including Jazz, Blues and Folk. Programs are also available for ethnic communities including- Bosnian, Chilean, Croatian, Cyprian, Dutch, Filipino, German, Greek, Irish, Koori, Macedonian, Portuguese, Puka Puka, Scottish, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Tongan, Turkish, African and Polish.
VOXfm has a loyal listenership across the Illawarra. The station is not privately owned. It is a not for profit organisation which relies on government grants, sponsorship and donations. It is run by volunteers and a board of directors elected from within station members.
Current Board of Directors
Steve Despotovski (Chairman), Joe Patterson (Vice Chairman), Ben Hession (Secretary), Len Fares(Treasurer), Grace Kane (Ass. Secretary), Alice Scott, Erika Kothe, Shirley Smith,Carmel Collins.