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Hot 100 FM

Hot 100
City of license Darwin, Northern Territory
Broadcast area Top End
Branding Hot 100
Slogan Darwin's Hit Music Station
Frequency 100.1 MHz
Repeaters 102.1 MHz Adelaide River
765 kHz Katherine
90.1 MHz Jabiru
First air date July 1, 1991 (1991-07-01)
Format Contemporary hit radio
Transmitter coordinates
Callsign meaning 8HOT 100
Owner Grant Broadcasters
(Northern Territory Broadcasters Pty Ltd)
Sister stations Mix 104.9, Top Country 92.3, Classic Rock Digital, My Perth Digital
Website .au.com.hot100fmwww
Mix 104.9 and Hot 100 Broadcast Building

Hot 100 (call sign: 8HOT) is a CHR-formatted commercial radio station in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. The station begin broadcasting on 1 July 1991 and has a relay in the remote town of Katherine. The positioning statement is "Darwin's Hit Music Station".

Current lineup is Ben and Harry for Breakfast, Katrina Markey for Mornings, Sarah P for afternoons with Fitzy & Wippa, Dan & Maz and Kyle & Jacqui O after that.

The current PD is Scotty Mclaren and General Manager Michael Harvey

References

External links

  • Official website


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