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4TOO

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102.3 Triple M (ACMA callsign: 4TOO) is an Australian radio station in Queensland. Owned and operated as part of Southern Cross Austereo's Triple M network, it broadcasts an adult contemporary format to Townsville, Queensland. First broadcast in 1931 on 1170 kHz AM, later 780 kHz, then became 774 kHz in the 1978 shakeup when all AM transmitters were shuffled into the 9kHz spacing regime. In 1998 the station transferred to the FM band, under ownership of dmg Regional Radio - later sold to Macquarie Regional RadioWorks and Southern Cross Media Group. The station broadcasts all North Queensland Cowboys NRL matches, and has previously networked music programming to the regional LocalWorks network.

102.3 Triple M Townsville Logo.png
Broadcast area Townsville RA1 [1]
Branding 102.3 Triple M
Slogan Music that makes you feel good
Repeater(s)

92.3 FM Mt Inkerman

98.3 FM Bowen
Format Adult Contemporary
Language(s) English
Power 20kw
ERP 100kw
Callsign meaning 4 - Queensland
Derived from former callsign; TOwnsville
Former callsigns 4TOFM
Former frequencies 1170Khz, 780Khz, 774KHz
Affiliations

LocalWorks

Triple M
Owner Southern Cross Austereo
Sister stations hit103.1
Website Official website

In January 2015 the 774 AM repeater was shut down, and in December 2015 the masts were demolished.[1]

On August 16, 2016, a repeater was switched on from Mt Inkerman, south of Home Hill, covering the Burdekin region on 92.3 MHz.

On September 3, 2018 4TOFM was rebranded to 102.3 Triple M. [2][3]

Contents

ProgrammingEdit

  • Pricey for Breakfast
  • Mornings with Chooky
  • Afternoons with Minty
  • Kennedy Molloy for the drive home
  • Greatest Years in Music (from 92.5 Gold FM Gold Coast)
  • My Generation (from Authentic Entertainment Sydney)
  • The Cowboys Call Team

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZAD4dgWQeE
  2. ^ "KOFM and 4TOFM rebrand under Triple M". Radio Today. 2018-08-06. Retrieved 2018-09-08. 
  3. ^ "4TOFM to become Triple M Townsville". Triple M. 2018-08-29. Retrieved 2018-09-08. 

External linksEdit

  Media related to 4TO at Wikimedia Commons