List of radio stations in Southland

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This is a list of radio stations in Southland, New Zealand.

Most Southland stations broadcast from Invercargill.[1]

Full power stations

FM stations

Frequency[1][2] Name[3] Format[4] Transmitter[1][5] Broadcasting on frequency since[6] Previous stations on frequency[7]
89.2 FM More FM Adult contemporary Hedgehope 1991 Foveaux FM
89.6 FM Star Christian radio Te Anau
90.0 FM RNZ Concert Classical music Hedgehope 1990 Concert FM
90.4 FM The Hits Adult contemporary Te Anau 1997 4ZA, Classic Hits
90.8 FM The Rock Active rock Hedgehope 1999 1992: Lithgow School Radio
1997 - 1999: C91FM
91.2 FM Life FM Contemporary Christian music Te Anau
91.6 FM The Breeze Easy listening Hedgehope 2007 2001 - 2007: Radio Trackside, Radio Pacific
92.0 FM RNZ National Public radio Milford Sound
92.4 FM Coast Classic hits Hedgehope 2005 1990s: Southland's 92.4FM
1996 - 2005: Hokonui Gold
93.2 FM Radio Hauraki Active rock Hedgehope 2003
94.0 FM Radio Live Talk radio Hedgehope 1992 Radio Pacific
94.4 FM Radio Rhema Christian radio Te Anau
94.8 FM Hokonui Adult contemporary music Hedgehope 1996 4ZG Radio Hokonui
95.2 FM Hokonui Adult contemporary music High Peak 2006 4ZG Radio Hokonui
95.6 FM 95-6ZM Contemporary hit radio Hedgehope 1997 96ZM
96.0 FM More FM Southland Adult contemporary music Te Anau 2007
96.4 FM Radio Southland 96.4 Community radio Forest Hill 1992
97.2 FM The Edge Contemporary hit radio Hedgehope 1999
98.0 FM The Sound Classic rock Hedgehope 1999 1989: Southland Polytechnic
1990: Crossfire FM
1992: Southland's 98FM
1997 - 1999 Lite FM
Solid Gold
98.8 FM The Hits 98.8 Adult contemporary music Hedgehope 1991 4ZA, Classic Hits 98.8 ZAFM
99.2 FM Radio Rhema Christian radio Gore
99.2 FM Ski FM Contemporary Hit Radio Te Anau 2015
99.8 FM Defunct since 2008 Gore 2004 Life fm
99.6 FM Tahu FM Urban contemporary Forest Hill 2000 Iwi Radio
100.0 FM Life fm Contemporary hit radio Mid Dome 2005
101.2 FM RNZ National Public radio Hedgehope 2004
101.6 FM RNZ National Public radio Te Anau
103.6 FM Niu FM Urban contemporary Forest Hill 2002
105.2 FM Country 105.2 FM Classic country Forest Hill 2009
105.6 FM Life fm Christian contemporary Gore 2004
106.0 FM Magic Oldies Hedgehope 2016
106.4 FM Cave FM Community radio Gore 2015

AM stations

Frequency[1][8] Name[9] Format[10] Transmitter[1][11] Broadcasting on frequency since[12] Previous stations on frequency[13]
558 AM Radio Sport Sports radio Dacre 1998 1980 - 1996: 4ZG, Hokonui Gold
1996 - 1998: Classic Hits ZAFM
720 AM RNZ National Public radio Dacre 1935 National Radio
864 AM Newstalk ZB Talk radio Dacre 1994 1956 - 1978: 4ZA (on 820AM)
1978 - 1994: 4ZA
1026 AM Star Christian radio Tussock Creek 2007 1994 - 1999: Sports Roundup
1999 - 2007: Southern Star
2007 - 2015 The Word
1224 AM TAB Trackside (formerly LiveSport) Sports radio Kennington 2007 1981 - 2007 Foveaux Radio, Foveaux FM, More FM
2007-2008 BSport
1314 AM AM Network/Star Legislature/Christian radio Dacre 2007
1404 AM Radio Rhema Christian radio Tussock Creek 1987

Low power

FM stations

Frequency Name Format[14] Broadcast area[14] Broadcasting on frequency since
87.7 FM chopper fm LPFM Invercargill 2018
87.9 FM Pearl Harbour 87.9fm LPFM Manapouri 2015
88.2 FM Radio Invercargill Classic Hits North Invercargill 2017
88.3 FM 3ABN Christian radio South Invercargill Unknown
88.3 FM Fm Te Anau Rock music Te Anau 2011
88.4 FM Country 105.2 FM (closed 2009) Country music Invercargill
106.7 FM 3ABN Christian radio North Invercargill Unknown
107.1 FM Waihopai School LPFM Invercargill 2009
107.3 FM Classic Gold Radio LPFM East/West Invercargill 2009
107.7 FM The Pit speedway fm Speedway South Invercargill 2011

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "The Register of Radio Frequencies". Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. Retrieved 5 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "Database of radio". FMLIST. "MWLIST radio database". MWLIST. 
  3. ^ "Radio Heritage". Radio Heritage Foundation. 
  4. ^ "Local Radio Broadcast Stations". Radio Station World. 
  5. ^ "Local Radio Broadcast Stations". Radio Station World. 
  6. ^ "Welcome to The Radio Vault". The Radio Vault. Archived from the original on October 15, 2011. 
  7. ^ "Welcome to The Radio Vault". The Radio Vault. Archived from the original on October 15, 2011. 
  8. ^ "Database of radio". FMLIST. "MWLIST radio database". MWLIST. 
  9. ^ "Radio Heritage". Radio Heritage Foundation. 
  10. ^ "Local Radio Broadcast Stations". Radio Station World. 
  11. ^ "Local Radio Broadcast Stations". Radio Station World. 
  12. ^ "Welcome to The Radio Vault". The Radio Vault. Archived from the original on October 15, 2011. 
  13. ^ "Welcome to The Radio Vault". The Radio Vault. Archived from the original on October 15, 2011. 
  14. ^ a b "New Zealand Low Power FM Radio Station Database". The New Zealand LPFM Radio Station Network. Retrieved 7 April 2015. 
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