2XL (AM)

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2XL
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Broadcast area The Snowy Mountains
Slogan Forever Classic
Frequency 918 KHz
Repeaters 96.3FM (Jindabyne)
92.1 FM (Thredbo)
98.7FM (Perisher)
92.5FM (Charlotte Pass) 92.5FM (Bombala)
First air date August 22, 1937 (1937-08-22)
Format Classic Hits
ERP 2kW
Transmitter coordinates 36°14′23″S 149°08′56″E / 36.2397°S 149.1489°E / -36.2397; 149.1489Coordinates: 36°14′23″S 149°08′56″E / 36.2397°S 149.1489°E / -36.2397; 149.1489
Owner Capital Radio Network
Website www.2xl.com.au

2XL is an Australian radio station serving the Cooma region owned by Capital Radio Network. It was opened in August 1937.[1]

Transmitter and studios[edit]

2XL has numerous transmitter locations in Cooma, Jindabyne, Thredbo, Charlotte Pass & Perisher Valley. The studio location has over the years changed from Cooma to Jindabyne which is its current location of Kosciuszko Road Jindabyne.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "New Broadcasting Station". The Sydney Morning Herald. 23 August 1937. p. 7. Retrieved 18 November 2010.