What happened to 5KA?

What happened to 5KA?

In July 1986, 5KA was sold to Wesgo Limited and mid 1987 changed to a “hits and memories” format, followed in late 1987 by a move to brand new studios at 103 Currie Street in the Adelaide CBD.

How do I get ABC national radio?


  1. Online or On Air.
  2. on the ABC listen app.
  3. via DAB+ Digital Radio.
  4. on channel 26 on your TV.
  5. ask your smart speaker to “play ABC Radio National”

What station is ABC national radio?

Appendix 12 – Radio transmission frequencies

ABC Radio
State Area Served Frequency
NSW Newcastle 1233
NSW Nyngan 95.1
NSW Port Stephens 95.9

Can I listen to radio National on FM?

It broadcasts on AM in some area and on FM.

What frequency is ABC Adelaide?

891 kHz AM
ABC Radio Adelaide (call sign: 5AN) is the ABC Local Radio station for Adelaide….ABC Radio Adelaide.

Broadcast area Adelaide
Frequency 891 kHz AM
Format Talk

What frequency is ABC?

226.5 MHz
Digital TV Manual Tuning Frequencies – Artarmon (VHF)

Network Service Frequency
Nine Network TCN 191.625 MHz
Network Ten TEN 219.5 MHz
ABC ABC 226.5 MHz
SBS SBS 184.5 MHz

What number is Radio National on the dial?

Radio National Sydney, 2RN 576 AM, Sydney, Australia. Free Internet Radio. TuneIn.

What is Triple J frequency?

Triple J is a national Australian radio station owned by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. This government-funded station began broadcasting in January 1975 as 2JJ, at 1540 kHz, on the AM band. In 1980 it changed to the FM band, on a frequency of 105.7 MHz and became 2JJJ (later, Triple J).

What is the frequency of digital TV channels in Australia?

Digital TV Manual Tuning Frequencies – Kurrajong (UHF)

Network Service Frequency
Seven Network ATN 529.5 MHz
Nine Network TCN 564.5 MHz
Network Ten TEN 550.5 MHz
ABC ABC 543.5 MHz

What band is national radio?

RNZ National broadcasts on both AM and FM (101FM) in most areas.

What’s the difference between DAB and AM FM radio?

DAB is short for Digital Audio Broadcasting and uses a digital signal rather than a traditional analogue Frequency Modulation – FM – signal. FM can be susceptible to interference from neighbouring channels, which restricts the number of available radio stations.