ACE Radio

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ACE Radio
Industry Broadcast radio
Headquarters Melbourne, Australia
Area served
Regional Victoria

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]



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]



The programs on ACE Radio's FM stations include;

as well as local breakfast and daytime programming.

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.


  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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