Radio

SCA radio networks are committed to delivering the country's best entertainment, music, sport, comedy and big events to Australians.

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THE NETWORKS

Our stations are intrinsically linked to their local cities and towns, focusing on locally made content, news and events, giving back to communities through ongoing unique events, as well as fundraising and support of community activities and issues. Southern Cross Austereo has the largest regional commercial Radio footprint in Australia with stations in all States separated into two targeted brands.

 

Today Network

The Today Network is Australia’s number 1 FM radio network with just over 3.5 million metro listeners tuning in each week and over 1.1 million users online. It also rates number 1 for women in the 18-39 year old demographic. The Today Network is the home of Australia’s biggest radio shows, biggest hits and biggest stars!

 

The Today Network is broadcasted in metro markets Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. The 41 “TODAY” regional stream stations target the under 40 markets and have a high involvement with their youth audience.

 

Triple M Localworks

Triple M Local Works is broadcast via 2 different music offers – Triple M for rock and Local Works for variety.

Triple M has been rocking for over 30 years and is proudly Aussie, playing music that rocks with shows that feature iconic talent that get people talking. Triple M Local Works in metro areas reaches more than 2 million listeners on-air nationally. The 31 “LOCALWORKS” stream stations are geared towards the 40+ Demographic.

 
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Digital Radio

DAB+ Digital Radio is the new way to listen to radio. The listener benefits include:

- Improved choice with new stations

- Digital sound quality

- Improved reception

- On-screen information, such as the song that’s playing now.

For SCA, Digital Radio is the space to build new formats that work for new audiences and clients. SCA operates the most Digital Radio spectrum out of all commercial broadcasters in Australia. This means we are able to launch more stations and give even greater choice for listeners and clients.

DAB+ Digital Radio is on-air now in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide and as a trial in Canberra. SCA’s Digital Radio stations are also available to listen to via station apps and websites.

Triple M Classic Rock Digital

The rock that started it all is back. Triple M Classic Rock Digital focuses on the rock that helped start Triple M over 30 years ago – classic rock from the 60s and 70s. On-air you’ll hear album specials and shows hosted by the rock greats. Artists include Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, The Who, Queen, The Beatles, The Doors and more.

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Triple M Modern Rock Digital

The best modern rock from the 2000s to now. The station spotlights the world’s next generation of rock acts and Australia’s current wave of new rock acts. The station is available on Digital Radio in Perth & Adelaide and on the Triple M app.

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Buddha Radio

Tune in, chill out. Buddha Radio is the place to chill, kick back and relax. Life is complex, busy, demanding and cluttered – whether you’re listening at home or at work, Buddha Radio is the perfect chilled mix of music to make you feel good, relax and revive.

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LoveLand Radio

Love the 80s, 90s and Noughties! LoveLand Radio plays all the big hits from our school days that are no longer on the radio. It’s for those who see themselves as still too young to be listening to classic hits or sleepy oldies stations! Artists featured include Kylie Minogue, Mariah Carey, Roxette, The Backstreet Boys, The Spice Girls and plenty more.

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Stardust Radio

Timeless classics. Stardust celebrates the great singers that swing – from Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett through to the modern day artists that keep the great songs alive, such Michael Buble and Rod Stewart. It’s the perfect dinner party station.

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