Fresh 92.7 sets new record

Fresh 92.7 is celebrating the latest McNair Community Radio Survey’s survey after the community station topped its previous records.

Heading into its 25th year, the Adelaide station cracked 200,000 weekly listeners for the first time, rising 8,000 listeners in the recent community radio survey to reach 204,000. 

Breakfast with Davo, Tom and Callum gained 21,000 listeners since their appointment in April 2022 to hit 124,000 weekly listeners, and Cale for the Drive Home hit 121,000 weekly listeners.

Listenership is also up on weekends after the introduction of the Weekend Brekkie show hosted by Luke Hansel.

Fresh Chair, George Fiacchi says the station provides a local alternative to other stations in Adelaide. 

“We’ve stayed true to our music format and providing engaging content that appeals to our audience, the youth market,” Fiacchi said.

“I’m excited with the talent we continue to develop and heading into our 25th year, the celebration is going to be huge.” 

Content Manager Sophie Campbell said, “There’s no station quite like Fresh – we are and will always be made for Adelaide and all about championing all things Adelaide.” 

“With so many shake-ups in the current commercial radio market, Fresh’s continual commitment to never wavering from creating locally relevant content and meaningful connections with our audience, whilst also playing more music than ever before, means listeners know what they’re getting when they come to Fresh. We’re real and we’re familiar, and that’s what Adelaide wants right now.” 

Fresh says listeners can expect more announcements in 2023 which will include news on how to celebrate Fresh’s 25th birthday.

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30 Jan 2023 - 5:55 pm

Best breakfast show in Adelaide. Hands down.

28 Sep 2023 - 9:07 am

More music and less advertising/talking is what’s needed. The only reason more people are listening, is because the population has increased. Mostly young students. If we wanted to listen to people talking junk, there are plenty of other radio stations. Fresh FM was always unique, it is now like any other station. Just saying….


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