Star 104.5 celebrates 20 years


Today’s a big day for top rating Central Coast radio station Star 104.5, as it celebrates its 20th anniversary.

The station will mark the milestone with a special event on the Central Coast tonight, to thank Star 104.5 staff, clients and partners for their support over the past twenty years.

Hosted by Star 104.5 breakfast duo Gina Jeffreys and Matt Baseley, the event will feature an exclusive live performance by Samantha Jade.

Since first launching in 2004, Star 104.5 has served the Central Coast community as a trusted source of news and entertainment and has remained committed to its mission to connect with its local audience.

From the station’s first year on air, when Nova’s very own Smallzy hosted his first radio show – the Star Nights Show, which ran for three years – through to present day, the station has always taken pride in ‘being made on the coast for the coast,’ with all content produced locally from its Erina studios.

 Star 104.5’s Commercial Director and Market Lead Paul Moltzen says “From day one, our ambition has been to make a difference to our community, businesses, and our audience and every day our objective remains same.”

“We are extremely proud of the impact a small group of locals are able to have on the everyday lives of so many. And we will endeavour to do the same for many years to come.”

“Thank you to all who have played a part in our journey. As we say: we take what we do seriously, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously.”

Star 104.5 has for the past four years held the position as the Central Coast’s Number One radio station.

The station is also the exclusive media partner of A League side the Central Coast Mariners, the region’s only national sports team.

Throughout the years, Star 104.5 has actively participated in various community initiatives, including delivering toys to local families during Christmas, sponsoring local sporting clubs and community events like the Long Jetty Festival and supporting Cancer Council initiative Stars of the Central Coast, which has raised over $1.1 million over the past decade.

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