What's On In Brisbane? -  Brisbane Radio Station List

Brisbane Radio Stations

Wondering what to listen to in the morning on the way to work, or maybe while fishing on the weekend.Below is a list of local Brisbane Radio stations both AM and FM with a brief description of each. A link to listen to the radio station online is also provided if available.

 FM Stations

101FM. Your City. Your Station.

  • Frequency – 101MHz FM
  • The voice of Logan City. 101FM’s mission statement is

“We provide a valuable service to the community by offering quality and diverse music, news and information programs, which are relevant to the lifestyle of our listening audience.”

4EB. sharing the world with you on 98.1

  • Frequency – 98.1MHz FM
  • Ethnic community radio channel, broadcasting in over 50 different languages.
  • Mission Statement

To provide the communities of Brisbane a comprehensive ethnic broadcasting service of a high standard, whilst at all times promoting the principles of neutrality, independence, democracy, diversity & participation at all levels of multicultural radio.

4MBS. Classical FM

4MMM. Classic Hits

4ZZZ. Agitate/Educate/Organise

4FRB. 96.5FM Family Radio

4BFM. 97.3fm. Best mix of the 80s, 90s & now

4AAA. 98.9 For the Best Country FM

4RED. 99.7FM Live Local? Listen Local!

  • Frequency – 99.7MHz FM
  • A community radio station broadcasting to the Northern Brisbane and Redcliffe areas.
  • Contemporary music from the 70s, 80s, 90s and present.

4BBB. B105 Today Network

4BAY. Bay FM 100.3

4BNE. NOVA 106.9

Vision Radio Network. Connecting Faith to Life.

AM Stations

AM

4BC. News Talk 1116

4BH. The best songs of all time.

4KQ. Classic Hits

4RPH. Turning Print Into Sound

4QR. 612 ABC Radio

4TAB. Radio TAB

4BI. Switch 1197. Brisbane’s Youth Alternative

Did you Know?

Cutting out the jargon.

AM Radio
- AM stands for Amplitude Modulation
- Provides better reception over long distances than FM.
- Transmits in mono, which provides inferior sound quality compared to FM Radio for music.
- Preferred for talk shows, where quality is not so important.

FM Radio
- FM stands for Frequency Modulation
- Allows the ability to broadcast in stereo. Left and Right speakers.
- Signal tends to distort around 50-60kms from the broadcast tower.

DAB+ Radio
- DAB+ stands for Digital Audio Broadcasting.
- Was introduced to Brisbane in 2009.
- Provides better reception and improved listening quality over both FM and AM radio.
- Requires special DAB+ receivers.
- Tunes to station name, not a frequency like FM and AM Radio.

 

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