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104.1 Territory FM is a community radio station[1] based in Darwin, Australia. Territory FM broadcasts a broad range of adult contemporary music from the Casuarina campus of Charles Darwin University.[2] News is provided by 2GB between 5:30 am and 11 pm. Territory FM is also known for their partnership with the Nine Network and Territory Television, broadcasting the nightly Nine News Darwin bulletins, as well as updates from their newsroom in the afternoons and weekend sport wraps. [3]

104.1 Territory FM
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CityDarwin
Broadcast areaNorthern Territory, Australia
SloganDarwin's Greatest Hits
Frequency104.1 MHz FM Darwin
Repeater(s)96.9 Lake Bennett
98.7 Alice Springs
98.5 Batchelor
99.7 Adelaide River
104.1 Jabiru
106.9 Gove
First air date5 June 1981 as 8 TOP FM
FormatAdult contemporary music, Talk
ClassCommunity
Transmitter coordinates12°22′26″S 130°52′04″E / 12.37395°S 130.867649°E / -12.37395; 130.867649
OwnerCharles Darwin University
WebcastOnline Stream
Websitewww.territoryfm.com

The station is broadcast on 104.1 Darwin and Palmerston. In 2004 - 2008 it could also be heard across the Northern Territory in Batchelor, Katherine/Tindal, Tennant Creek, Nhulunbuy and Adelaide River.[4]

In 2016 the book "trailblazing Darwin Radio" was released which documents Darwin's first community radio station.

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ListenershipEdit

A 2008 survey commissioned by Roy Morgan research showed that 23% of Darwin and Palmerston residents listen to Territory FM. Territory FM is the most listened to station in Darwin between noon and 6 pm with 27% of Territory FM listeners aged between 35 and 54 years of age.[1]

A 2016 survey commissioned by Roy Morgan show that TFM had a reach of 51% all people. Territory FM is one of Darwin's most listened to radio stations especially in Mornings and Drive. Weekend listening is extremely strong with shows like The Range, Acoustic Storm, Alice Cooper and the Cultural Village.

Weekday shows in 2010Edit

  • 6am-9am James Perrin and Alice Burton (Charlie D Breakfast Show)
  • 9am-11am Territory FM Talk with Daryl Manzie
  • 11am-3pm Classic Cafe with Joe Miller
  • 3pm-6pm Drive with Matt Bern

Weekday shows in 2017Edit

  • 12am-1am (Monday night) The Crate with Fletcher Bowman
  • 6am-9am Territory FM Breakfast with Mel Little
  • 9am-11am Mornings Show with Pete Butler
  • 11am-3pm The Classic Café with Steve Hooper
  • 3pm-6pm Drive with Matt Bern
  • 7pm - 10pm Nights with Alice Cooper
  • 10pm-12mn Fresh Mint (Thursday)

Weekday shows in 2018Edit

  • 12am-1am (Monday night) The Crate with Fletcher Bowman
  • 5am-8am Early Mornings with David Konov
  • 8am-11am Mornings with Mel Little
  • 11am-3pm The Classic Café with Steve Hooper
  • 3pm-6pm Drive with Matt Bern
  • 7pm - 10pm Nights with Alice Cooper
  • 10pm-12am Top End Nights with Jih Seymor
  • 10pm-12am Fresh Mint with Matt Bern (Thursday) #networks across Gove FM and 8CCC FM#

Weekend shows SaturdayEdit

  • 6am-8am Mornings Reloaded with Mel Little
  • 8am-10am Saturday Sports with Justin Quintner
  • 8am-12n The Range with Lee Kernaghan
  • 12n-6pm Maximum Music with Kris Halliday
  • 6pm-9pm Best of Alice Cooper
  • 9pm-12am Saturday Night Rock with Buzz

Weekend shows SundayEdit

  • 6am-8am Rockin Bill Roy's 50's and 60's
  • 8am-9am Cruise and Travel Show
  • 9am-12n Acoustic Storm with Jeff Parets
  • 12n-6pm Maximum Music with Kris Halliday
  • 6pm-12mn Cultural Village - world music shows

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Report of Territory FM 104.1" (PDF). 2008. Roy Morgan Research: 4–8. Archived from the original (PDF) on 19 July 2008. Retrieved 23 May 2008.
  2. ^ "About Territory 104.1 FM". Territory 104.1 FM. Archived from the original on 27 April 2008. Retrieved 25 May 2008.
  3. ^ "Territory FM's Program". Territory 104.1 FM. Archived from the original on 27 June 2008. Retrieved 25 May 2008.
  4. ^ "Report of Territory FM 104.1" (PDF). 2008. Roy Morgan Research: 20. Archived from the original (PDF) on 19 July 2008. Retrieved 25 May 2008.

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