The Cheese

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The Cheese
Broadcast area Lower Hutt, Wellington/Christchurch and Internet
Branding Hits Of The 80s, 90s and Today!
Frequency 87.9 FM
First air date 2006, in Wainuiomata
Format Adult contemporary music
Owner Grant Thoms
Website thecheese.co.nz

The Cheese is a LPFM (Low Power FM) radio station which broadcasts from Lower Hutt, a region close to Wellington in New Zealand. The station broadcasts 24 hours a day. The Cheese is licensed with APRA and PPNZ in New Zealand for music broadcasting rights and operates under the NZ laws governing LPFM transmission.

History[edit]

The Cheese commenced broadcasting on Saturday July 1, 2006 and its original frequency was at 88.4 FM from Wainuiomata.

The station can be heard in Lower Hutt on 87.9 MHz FM with simulcasting via their official website. Subscribers to Vodafone TV can hear The Cheese on channel 417.

Format[edit]

The Cheese broadcasts a mix of music from the 80s, 90s, recent and current hits.

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