Nova (radio network)

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Nova
Nova (radio) logo.svg
City Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney
Broadcast area Australia
Branding Nova
Slogan Live Life Nova
Frequency Variable
First air date 2001 (2001)
Format Top 40 (CHR), Dance, comedy, talk
Language(s) English
ERP Sydney: 150 kW
Melbourne: 56 kW
Brisbane: 12 kW
Adelaide: 20 kW
Perth: 40 kW
Affiliations smoothfm
Owner NOVA Entertainment
Website

Nova 96.9 http://www.nova969.com.au/nova969
Nova 100

http://www.nova100.com.au/nova100
Nova 106.9 http://www.nova1069.com.au/nova1069
Nova 91.9 http://www.nova919.com.au/nova919
Nova 93.7 http://www.nova937.com.au/nova937

The Nova Network is a group of five Australian radio stations owned wholly or in part by NOVA Entertainment. The Perth station is a joint venture between NOVA Entertainment and the Australian Radio Network.

Like many radio networks, each station has its own local Breakfast show and daytime presenters, with the Drive and Night shifts networked across all stations.

Stations[edit]

Name City Frequency
Nova 96.9 (2SYD) Sydney 96.9 FM
Nova 100.3 (3MEL) Melbourne 100.3 FM
Nova 106.9 (4BNE) Brisbane 106.9 FM
Nova 91.9 (5ADL) Adelaide 91.9 FM
Nova 93.7 (6PER) Perth 93.7 FM

Network Shows[edit]

Nova syndicates a number of programmes across its network. These include:

Local Announcers[edit]

Nova 96.9 Sydney

  • Fitzy and Wippa, Weekdays 6-9am
  • Greg Burns, Weekdays 9am - 1pm
  • DC, Weekdays 1-4pm

Nova 100 Melbourne

Nova 106.9 Brisbane

  • Ash, Kip & Luttsy, Weekdays 6-9am
  • Katie Mattin, Weekdays 9am-12pm
  • Tim Wong-See, Weekdays 12-4pm

Nova 91.9 Adelaide

  • Lewis & Lowe, Weekdays 6-9am
  • Jarrod Walsh, Weekdays 9am-1pm
  • Cale Porter, Weekdays 1-4pm

Nova 93.7 Perth

  • Nathan, Nat & Shaun, Weekdays 6-9am
  • Kate Mac, Weekdays 9am-1pm
  • Joel Gelding, Weekdays 1-4pm

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