Grant Broadcasters

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Grant Broadcasters
IndustryRadio
Number of locations
Regional Australia
WebsiteGrant Broadcaters

Grant Broadcasters is an Australian regional radio network that also includes a small number of metropolitan radio stations. It is a privately owned company, held by Janet Cameron and her family.

The company was started by Cameron's father, Walter Grant, in the 1940s, when he bought the licence for 2DU Dubbo. By the mid-1980s, 2PK in Parkes and 2MG in Mudgee had been bought, but all three stations were sold in 1986. The company then began an expansion program, purchasing radio stations in New South Wales and Victoria. After the turn of the century, the company more than doubled the number of stations it owned, and now runs over 52 commercial radio stations.[1]

Radio stations[edit]

Contemporary Hits Radio (CHR)[edit]

Chilli FM[edit]

Magic FM[edit]

  • Magic FM 89.9 FM - Port Lincoln, South Australia. Translator at Wudinna on 89.5 FM.
  • Magic FM 93.1 FM – Renmark & Loxton, South Australia. Translator at Morgan on 97.1 FM.
  • Magic FM 105.9 FM - Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Translator at Roxby Downs on 100.3 FM.

Power FM Network[edit]

Sea FM[edit]

Adult Contemporary[edit]

Rock[edit]

Zinc/Star Network[edit]

Classic/Adult Hits[edit]

Talk[edit]

Country Music[edit]

Leased to other groups[edit]

  • 3CW 1341 AM - Geelong, Victoria.(leased out) - Chinese language

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Grant Story". Grant Broadcasters Pty Ltd. Retrieved 8 October 2019.

External links[edit]