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Darwin FM

Darwin FM
City of license Darwin, Australia
Broadcast area Darwin, Australia Palmerston, Northern Territory
Slogan New Dance Music, Every Day!
Frequency 91.5 MHz and 88 MHz
First air date 1995
Format Dance music
Transmitter coordinates

12°22′26.22″S 130°52′3.53″E / 12.3739500°S 130.8676472°E / -12.3739500; 130.8676472Coordinates: 12°22′26.22″S 130°52′3.53″E / 12.3739500°S 130.8676472°E / -12.3739500; 130.8676472

Owner KIK FM PTY LTD
Website kikfm.com.au

Darwin FM is a dance music station located in Darwin, Australia broadcasting on the frequencies 91.5 MHz, 88 MHz, and online. The first broadcast went to air in 1995 as "KIK FM", focusing on the club culture of the world.

In 2001 a few shows were picked up by the station, and the 5 PM Mix Massive time slot was born. Soon after, in 2008, the increasing number of global dance music radio shows meant there was opportunity to form a new time slot during the day to serve the hours at work. In January 2012, KIK FM changed ownership and now exists as "Darwin FM" Xstream Radio.

Coverage

Currently, coverage of Darwin FM is divided into two frequencies; 91.5 MHz which is broadcast from Casuarina, covering to Darwin City. The other is 88 MHz, which covers the Palmerston region.[1]

References

External links

  • Darwin FM Website
  • Official website


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