91.3 SportFM

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91.3 SportFM
City Hamilton Hill, Western Australia
Broadcast area Perth
Fremantle RA1[1] (Fremantle, Cockburn, and Melville areas)
Branding 91.3 SportFM
Slogan Perth's Voice for the Sports Community
Frequency 91.3 MHz FM
First air date 2 February 2010
Format Sports radio
Language(s) English
Class Community radio
Transmitter coordinates 32°05′14″S 115°46′44″E / 32.087262°S 115.778896°E / -32.087262; 115.778896Coordinates: 32°05′14″S 115°46′44″E / 32.087262°S 115.778896°E / -32.087262; 115.778896
Callsign meaning 6 – Western Australia
Western Sports Media Inc.
Former frequencies 101.7 MHz FM (2008, test broadcasts)
90.5 MHz FM (2003–2008, test broadcasts)
Owner 91.3 SportFM
(Western Sports Media Inc.)
Webcast 32kbps Flash webstream
Website 91.3 SportFM

91.3 SportFM (ACMA callsign: 6WSM) is an Australian sport-formatted community radio station in Western Australia. Established in 2003, the station broadcasts in the Perth Metro area and to the City of Fremantle, Cockburn, and Melville areas,[2] from studios in Hamilton Hill alongside Radio Fremantle.


The station first began test broadcasts in 2003, under a Temporary Community Broadcasting Licence (TCBL) timeshared with Capital Radio, now Capital 101.7FM.[2] Following the allocation of the 90.5FM frequency to Capital, and another licence to Noongar Radio on 100.9FM, the station ceased transmission.

Following further test transmissions on 101.7 FM, the station secured a full-time community licence for the Fremantle RA1 area, also served by Radio Fremantle. The station launched at 12:00 am on 2 February 2010.[2]

Licence breaches

As a temporary broadcaster, the Australian Communications and Media Authority found it breached the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 by "broadcasting advertisements" and by "exceeding the hourly sponsorship limit of five minutes" in a broadcast of The Run Home sourced from 1116 SEN. The programme is no longer carried on the station.[3]


Station schedule includes regular coverage of the West Australian Football League, National Rugby League, Sheffield Shield Cricket and A-League Football combined with a diverse range of daily Sports Talk programs, and hourly news updates sourced from Southern Cross Austereo on weekdays between 6am and 6pm.


  1. ^ "FREMANTLE RA1" (PDF). Australian Communications and Media Authority. Retrieved 15 November 2015.
  2. ^ a b c "About". 91.3 SportFM. Retrieved 15 November 2015.
  3. ^ "SportFM breaches licence conditions". Australian Communications and Media Authority. 21 September 2009. Retrieved 15 November 2015.

External links

  • 91.3 SportFM website
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