|Broadcast area||Darwin, Northern Territory|
|Slogan||Everything Top End|
|Frequency||104.9 MHz FM|
|First air date||1997|
|Owner||Grant Broadcasters |
(Northern Territory Broadcasters Pty Ltd)
|Sister stations||Hot 100|
KIX Country 92.3
Classic Rock Digital
Mix 104.9 (call sign: 8MIX) is a radio station in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. It started broadcasting in 1997 - at the time, sister station Hot 100 was the only commercial radio station in Darwin - and has a relay in the remote town of Katherine (106.9 FM) as well as relays in smaller communities such as Pine Creek, Northern Territory, Adelaide River, Northern Territory and Bathurst Island, Northern Territory north of Darwin.
The current line up is Wake Up With Greg & Ali, featuring long time breakfast personality Greg Vincent and well known Darwin identity Ali Burton, Breakfast 5.30am to 9am. The breakfast show features the promotion Birthday Buckets, Darwin's longest running and richest on air competition.
The talkback morning show 360 with Katie Woolf from 9am - 12pm is Darwin's most influential local talk back show. It features the highly popular and often controversial Week That Was panel every Friday, with regular guests from the Country Liberal Party, NT Government, Independent members of parliament and the media.
Dave Daily takes you through the afternoon, kicking off with the 80’s hour at 12pm, afternoons from 1pm and The Drive Home from 2pm-6pm.
AFL on Mix 104.9FM - in 2014 Mix 104.9FM commenced broadcasting the Australian Football League premiership series. Friday evening, Saturday, Saturday Nights and Sunday evenings.
Dave Daly is the current PD and General Manager Michael Harvey
Mix 104.9 Number of Listeners ( 2017)
Breakfast ( 5:30am-9am): 36,800
Mornings ( 9am-12pm): 24,300
Afternoon ( 12pm-4pm): 27,100
Drive ( 4pm-7pm): 33,700
Evening ( 7pm-12am): 3,700
Weekend ( Sat-Sun 5:30am-12am): 29,300
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