Choose The Hits

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Choose The Hits
City Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth
Broadcast area Online
Slogan You Choose The Music
Frequency DAB+
First air date 1 February 2010 – 21 May 2010
Format CHR Requests
Owner Austereo Radio Network
Website Choose The Hits Website

Choose The Hits was an all request Australian national Digital Radio station. It is run by Austereo and was renamed on 1 February 2010. Previously the station was trialled with the name Hot30 Jelli, launching on 27 November 2009.[1][2] The radio station ceased broadcast on 21 May 2010.

The station was powered by the Jelli platform.


The playlist was fairly broad, including the most popular Contemporary Hit Radio songs from the past decade. It was on live on stations of the Today Network from 10pm-1am from Monday-Thursday. It was hosted by Sarah Maree Cameron.


The station was heard on DAB+ radios in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.[3]

A simulcast of the station was also broadcast on 2Day FM in Sydney, Fox FM in Melbourne, B105 in Brisbane, SAFM in Adelaide and 92.9 in Perth between 10:15pm and 1am on Monday to Thursday nights. The last simulcast went to air on 20 May 2010.

The station also streamed online at the Choose The Hits website.

Since the service's closure, website users are being forwarded to the main Jelli page if they attempt to reach the Choose The Hits section of the website. [4]


  1. ^ [1] - Jelli Noise "24 November 2009"
  2. ^ Listeners to control playlist on Austereo’s new station - RadioInfo, 20 October 2009
  3. ^ Choose The Hits Website[permanent dead link]
  4. ^ Austereo finds new digital partner - 26th January, 2010