New station for Canberra

Staff Writer

DAB+ is currently being trialed in the ACT, so Canberra FM Radio, who operate Mix 106.3 and 104.7, have developed their own pop-up digital station.

'Canberra 100' will help the city celebrate their centenary by playing commercial free music, promoting events and airing historical audio.

Canberra FM Radio GM, Eoghan O’Byrne, says:

“I am excited that we can use the technology that is being trialed in the region to create a truly local format in the form of our Canberra 100 ‘pop-up’ station and demonstrate what the advances in radio broadcasting technology can offer the region.”

“Canberra 100 will be on-air until after the official Centenary weekend celebrations conclude on March 12th and new content will regularly added to the station reflecting what is happening in the region today along with what was happening in our growing community through the past 100 years.”

The station is also looking for local unsigned artists to send in their music to be played on Canberra 100.

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