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Much of the information in this article is also found on the 2RE website, http://www.2RE.com.au, and this should be mentioned in the article itself. Althought this is allowed by Wikipedia:What Wikipedia is not 1.3.7. Advertizing, it should therefore also be noted that this artcle may be the work of an employee of 2RE.
I myself have written articles about organizations I am a member of and lifted material form their websites, see Presbyterian Church of Australia, but it is my personal policy to note my sources whenever possible.
Stephen 4 July 2005 06:11 (UTC)
P.S. I am a former listner to 2RE.
2RE (changes to entry)
2RE is a commercial radio station that broadcasts to the Mid-North Coast of New South Wales, Australia, from its studios at Taree. 2RE broadcasts on 3 frequencies ... 1557AM (Manning Valley), 100.3FM (Great Lakes) and 100.1FM (Gloucester and the ranges). Local programmes include the Furniture One Brekky Club with Anthony Zanos, Lunch Pack with Craig Huth and McDonald's Drive Show with either Kevin Rayment or Diane Ward. 2RE began broadcasting on 21 February, 1953, from a small studio attached to the old Taree RSL building, near the banks of the Manning River. Its studios are now situated in Cowper Street, outside the Taree CBD, along with sister station Max FM. 2RE's current slogan is "Live, Local and Loving it". While it takes overnight and mid-morning feeds from the Super Radio Network, it distinguishes itself through having more live programming than many other similar-sized country radio stations. 2RE's current Manager is Murray Nelson. It's music format is Gold/AC — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 01:00, 7 January 2013 (UTC)
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