List of radio stations in New Zealand

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The following is a list of radio stations in New Zealand.

New Zealand network stations[edit]

Several networks operate across multiple centres or nationwide. Most have resulted from the consolidation of a group of existing stations and many have changed their name over time. The Sound was previously Solid Gold. TAB Trackside, suspended operations 12 April 2020, was previously LiveSport, BSport and Radio Pacific. SENZ launched on 19 July 2021 on the former TAB Trackside frequencies. Mix (formerly Mix 98.2), was a reincarnation of Easy Mix, Viva and Easy Listening, and Radio Sport was replaced by Gold on 1 July 2020. The now-defunct Kiwi FM was previously Channel Z. The Wolf also no longer operates.

Name Owner Current format Local break-outs
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AM Network Radio New Zealand Legislature broadcasts Relay stations
Brian FM[1] Brian FM Ltd Adult contemporary/Classic rock
Coast NZME Classic hits 0 hours min
Flava NZME Urban contemporary 0 hours min
George FM MediaWorks Dance radio 0 hours min
Gold[2] NZME Greatest hits & Sports radio
Hokonui NZME Full service
Iwi Radio Network Various Full service Local stations
Life FM Rhema Media Christian contemporary hit radio 0 hours min
Magic MediaWorks Oldies 0 hours min
Mai FM MediaWorks Urban contemporary 0 hours min
More FM MediaWorks Adult contemporary music 65 hours max
Newstalk ZB NZME Talk radio 23.5 hours max
PMN 531 Pacific Media Network Urban contemporary 42 hours max
Radio Hauraki NZME Active rock/Alternative 0 hours min
RNZ Concert Radio New Zealand Classical music Relay stations
RNZ National Radio New Zealand Public radio Relay stations
Rhema Rhema Media Christian adult contemporary music 0 hours min
SENZ[3] Sports Entertainment Network Sports radio
Ski FM Network[4] Central Media Group Contemporary hit radio 0 hours min
Star Rhema Media Christian classic hits 0 hours min
The Breeze MediaWorks Easy listening 89 hours max
The Edge MediaWorks Contemporary hit radio 0 hours min
The Hits NZME Adult contemporary music 45 hours max
The Rock MediaWorks Active rock 0 hours min
The Sound MediaWorks Classic rock 0 hours min
Today FM (formerly Magic Talk and Radio Live) MediaWorks Talk radio 0 hours min
ZM NZME Contemporary hit radio 0 hours min

Local FM/AM/Internet stations[edit]

NorthlandAucklandAucklandAucklandWaikatoBay of PlentyGisborneHawke's BayTaranakiManawatu-WanganuiWellingtonTasmanTasmanNelsonMarlboroughMarlboroughWest CoastWest CoastCanterburyOtagoSouthlandSouthlandRegions of New Zealand
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Survey markets Total population[5]
1 List of radio stations in Northland Northland 201,500
2 List of radio stations in Auckland Auckland 1,695,200
3 List of radio stations in Waikato Hamilton 513,800
4 List of radio stations in Bay of Plenty Tauranga, Rotorua 347,700
5 List of radio stations in Gisborne None 52,100
6 List of radio stations in Hawke's Bay Hawke's Bay 182,700
7 List of radio stations in Taranaki Taranaki 127,300
8 List of radio stations in Manawatu-Wanganui Manawatu 258,200
9 List of radio stations in Wellington Wellington 543,500
10 List of radio stations in Tasman None 58,700
11 List of radio stations in Nelson Nelson 54,500
12 List of radio stations in Marlborough None 51,900
13 List of radio stations in West Coast None 32,700
14 List of radio stations in Canterbury Christchurch 655,000
15 List of radio stations in Otago Dunedin 246,000
16 List of radio stations in Southland Southland 102,400

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ BrianFM
  2. ^ Gold frequencies list
  3. ^ SENZ
  4. ^ "Ski FM Network". Ski FM. Central Media Group. Retrieved 26 April 2015.
  5. ^ "Subnational population estimates (RC, SA2), by age and sex, at 30 June 1996-2022 (2022 boundaries)". Statistics New Zealand. Retrieved 25 October 2022. (regional councils); "Subnational population estimates (TA, SA2), by age and sex, at 30 June 1996-2022 (2022 boundaries)". Statistics New Zealand. Retrieved 25 October 2022. (territorial authorities); "Subnational population estimates (urban rural), by age and sex, at 30 June 1996-2022 (2022 boundaries)". Statistics New Zealand. Retrieved 25 October 2022. (urban areas)

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