4VL

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4VL
4VL AM logo.png
City Charleville, Queensland, Australia
Broadcast area Charleville RA1 ([1])
Frequency 918 kHz AM
First air date 12 February 1936 (1936-02-12)[1]
Format Classic hits
Language(s) English
Power 2.5 kW (Daytime)
2 kW (Nighttime)
Transmitter coordinates 26°24′16″S 146°14′39″E / 26.40444°S 146.24417°E / -26.40444; 146.24417
Callsign meaning 4 - Queensland
CharleViLle
Affiliations Macquarie Radio Network
Owner Macquarie Regional Radio
Sister stations Triple C FM
Website Official website

4VL is a radio station in Charleville, Queensland, Australia. It is owned by Macquarie Regional Radio Network along with other sister stations around Queensland. This company is owned by John Singleton's Macquarie Radio Network and is therefore a sister station to 2GB and 2CH.

The 4VL building located on Wills Street, Charleville also houses Triple CCC FM, servicing the Great South West and Warrego Districts.

Weekday Program Guide[edit]

Time Slot Program Name
6am - 9am The Live and Local Breakfast
9am - 11am The Ray Hadley Morning Show
11am - 12pm The Best of the Alan Jones Breakfast Show
12pm - 1pm The National Rural News Hour
1pm - 3pm The Chris Smith Afternoon Show
3pm - 6pm Weekday Winddown with Gazza Sands
6pm - 8pm Money Matters with Ross Greenwood
12am - 5am Miners Overnight with Lance

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mackay, Ian K. (1957). Broadcasting in Australia. Melbourne, Vic.: Melbourne University Press. p. 209. 

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