105.7 The River

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This article is about the radio station in New South Wales, Australia. For other radio stations known as The River, see The River (disambiguation).
105.7 The River
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City of license Albury, New South Wales
Broadcast area Albury RA1 ([1])
Branding 105.7 The River
Slogan Everything The Border
The Border's Greatest Hits
Frequency 105.7 MHz FM
Repeaters 90.1FM Omeo
91.3FM Falls Creek
96.5FM Corryong
First air date July 31, 1998 (1998-07-31)[1]
Format Adult Contemporary
Language(s) English
Audience share 20.7% (11 June 2014, Xtra Research)
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 443 m[2]
Transmitter coordinates 36°15′13″S 146°51′20″E / 36.25361°S 146.85556°E / -36.25361; 146.85556
Callsign meaning 2 - New South Wales
BorDeR
Affiliations LocalWorks
Owner Southern Cross Austereo
(Goulburn and Border Broadcasters Pty Ltd)
Sister stations 104.9 Star FM
Website 105.7 The River

105.7 The River (ACMA callsign: 2BDR) is an Australian Adult contemporary-formatted FM radio station, broadcasting to Albury, New South Wales and the surrounding areas of Southwest New South Wales and North East Victoria. Owned and operated by Southern Cross Austereo, The River also has translators in Falls Creek, Corryong and Omeo.

Frequencies[edit]

Area Frequency (MHz) Power
Albury-Wodonga 105.7 100Kw
Falls Creek 91.3 200 Watts
Corryong 96.5 200 Watts
Omeo 90.1 200 Watts

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