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North West FM Antenna Update

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September 2017The setting up of the new Transmission site at Progress Reserve includes making extra submission to the Australian Communication and Media Authority. As a result ACMA will need more time - which means Hume and the Town Hall renovations would be held up beyond what is “reasonable”.

As a result, it has been agreed that we apply for a temporary transmission site to be located at our studio until the plans are developed for Progress Reserve to correct a long existing issue.

Hume Council is working with us to make this happen, and as a result they will be able to move forward with their plans for the former Town Hall building.  Read more

News at 98.9 North West FM

98.9 North West FM is a community radio station. We broadcast from the North West suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Check out the links on this page to our broadcast map, program guide, streaming, presenters, ethnic radio programs and our radio training school.

 

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea (Thursday May 25th, 2017)

 

Thanks to all who came along to support North West FM’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on Thursday May 25, 2017 at our studio at 100 Middle Street, Hadfield.

It is our annual fundraiser for the Cancer Council.

 

Our latest  Radio Training Course started on Sunday April 2, 2017

 

We run regular radio training courses over 5 days on weekends.

The most recent radio training course started on Sunday April 2, 2017 and ran until Sunday April 23.

Courses are run at our studio at 100 Middle Street, Hadfield 3046.

Bookings and expressions of interest are now being taken for the next course. Read more

 

Moonee Valley Festival on Sunday February 26, 2017

 

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Residents of Moonee Valley have been coming together each year for a fun summer day in Queens Park since 1977.

98.9 North West FM was part of the 2017 Moonee Valley Festival. This special event celebrated the Moonee Valley Festival’s 40 year history of bringing our community together. Read more

This is a Moonee Valley City Council community festival.

 

News Archive

 

 

Additional news items older than 12 months can be found in our News Archive.

 

New Program Highlights

 

 

Check out our most recent new programs:

RadioDesi

Radio Mor

Your Health Is Your Pension

The Movement

Colours Of The Rainbow

ReLiving in the Seventies

EDFL Tonight

Pathway To The Top

Thursday Morning Magazine

The Bizz with Johnno

Man vs. Movies

Spanglish

The Morning Show

Car Torque 

 

·         The North West Cricket Report is back on air on Sundays 6 pm - 9 pm

Review and results of VAFA matches with Glenn Scarborough.

Check out our full Program Guide.

 

Website created and maintained by Frank McHugh

Website hosted by James Buchanan Photography and Multimedia

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98.9 North West FM - Your local station

 

 

Phone: (03) 9304 4989

Web: www.northwestfm.org

 

 

Studio SMS: 044 77 77 989

Email: info@northwestfm.org 

 

 

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Snail mail: PO Box 403, Glenroy, Vic, 3046 (Australia)

 

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Streaming on the internet
We have been streaming live on the internet since July 2011.
If you are not able to pick up our radio signal you can listen to us live on the internet instead. Simply click on the orange “Listen Live” button or the green  “Tunein” button at the top of this page.

Youth On Air

Youth On Air is a program designed to be implemented into any secondary school's curriculum in order to introduce them to community radio while teaching them new skills and helping expose them to new opportunities.

The program can run from a minimum five weeks to eight weeks and takes students from program development all the way to production and eventual broadcast.

More on Youth On Air

Codes of Practice

Community radio stations are required by the ACMA to have accessible copies of licences other specified documents.

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The latest research shows that 1 in 4 Australians tune in to a community radio station each week and spend an average of 17 hours listening.
94% of all our community radio listeners find community radio and its services to the Australian community valuable with local information and participation.

For more of the results of the latest Community Radio National Listener Survey click here.

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Reviewed

19 October 2017

           

This Saturday, April 26th, the broadcast match of the day will be Pascoe Vale v Essendon Doutta Stars.