Radio 2000

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Radio 2000
Radio 2000 (S.A).gif
Broadcast area South Africa
Frequency FM: 97.2 – 100 MHz
First air date 1986
Format Music, news, sport
Owner SABC
Website Radio2000.co.za

Radio 2000 is a South African national radio station. Owned by the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC)[1] and based in Johannesburg, it broadcasts nationally between 97.2 and 100 FM. It is one of several radio stations in South Africa that broadcasts live sport reports.[2]

When it was established in July 1986, Radio 2000 would "simulcast" the original soundtracks of television programmes which were dubbed in Afrikaans, thereby catering for English speakers who wished to watch them in the original language.[3]

Coverage Areas & Frequencies[edit]

  • National (97.2 - 100.0 FM)[4]

Broadcast Languages[edit]

Broadcast Time[edit]

Target Audience[edit]

  • LSM Groups 7 – 10[4]

Listenership Figures[edit]

Estimated Listenership[5]
7 Day Ave. Mon-Fri
Feb 2013 890 000 297 000
Dec 2012 860 000 285 000
Oct 2012 857 000 289 000
Aug 2012 823 000 282 000
Jun 2012 790 000 266 000

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