|City of license||Brisbane, Queensland|
|Broadcast area||Brisbane RA1 ()|
|Frequency||1008 kHz AM|
|Repeaters||various in Queensland, Tasmania, South Australia, and the Northern Territory|
|First air date||2 September 1935|
|Format||Horse Racing, Sport|
|Callsign meaning||4 = Queensland
|Former callsigns||4IP (?-1978)
(Broadcasting Station 4IP Pty Ltd)
Radio TAB is operated by TattsGroup, which operates the Totalisator Agency Boards based in Queensland, Tasmania, South Australia and Northern Territory. Radio TAB's studios are based at TattsGroup headquarters in Albion, Brisbane.
The station started in 1935, with a callsign of 4IP.
When, in the 1980s, FM radio started making inroads into 4IP's popularity it changed its callsign to 4IO and adopted a slogan of Radio Ten, then Stereo Ten and later "Light and Easy 1008".
4TAB commenced 1 January 1992 and the official opening by Mr Bob Gibbs, MLA, Minister for Racing in the Queensland Labour Government was conducted on air at the Albion Studios on 23 January 1992.
Radio TAB's main programming purpose is in presenting the National Racing Service, a continuous broadcast of thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing. This occurs daily from 12pm until the last race of the day. This service is presented by a variety of presenters based at the Brisbane studios.
The station's "Raceday" program is presented from 8am Monday to Friday. The program contains previews of all the thoroughbred race meetings being covered on that particular day. The program also features the latest racing news and interviews with people making news within the racing industry. The program is hosted by Tony Clements, with additional material from Steve Hewlett.
The station's breakfast program, entitled "TattsBet Breakfast" airs between 5am - 8am weekdays, and 5am to 7am weekends. It provides listeners with the latest sporting news and results, from a variety of sporting codes and styles. The program is hosted on weekdays by Queensland sporting commentator and Brisbane Times sports columnist John McCoy. and on weekends by Peter Psaltis and Paul Sawtell.
When there is no racing programing being aired, the station broadcasts music from various genres from the 1950s to today. The station usually does not broadcast content after the finish of racing.