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Adelaide skyline

1925

  • 5AD launched by The Advertiser

1927

  • 5KA launched

1930

  • 5DN launched

1951

  • 5DN bought by Associated Newspapers

1976

  • 5AA launched

1980

  • SAFM launched by Austereo

1984

  • 5AA bought by TAB
  • 5DN ends racing service

1987

  • 5AD bought by Hoyts Media

1988

  • 5DN becomes independent when the Macquarie Network ends

1990

  • 5DN converted to FM
  • 5KA converted to KAFM

1993

  • KAFM bought by Hoyts Media from Wesgo and becomes Triple M
  • 5AD bought by ARN from Hoyts Media
  • 5AD converted to 5AD FM
  • 5DN returns to AM

1994

  • Triple M bought by Austereo from Hoyts Media

1996

  • 5AA bought by DMG Radio from TAB

2000

  • 5AA rebranded as FIVEaa

2001

  • 5AD FM rebranded as Mix 102.3

2004

  • Nova 91.9 launched by DMG Radio

2005

  • 5DN becomes SEN
  • 5DN handed back to ARN and Cruise 1323 is launched

2015

  • SAFM rebranded as Hit 107


Contents
Networks
Southern Cross Austereo Today's Hit Network Sea FM Hot FM Star FM Triple M LocalWorks RadioWest Former stations
Australian Radio Network KIIS Network Pure Gold Network
Nova Entertainment Nova smoothfm
Macquarie Radio Network Macquarie Network Southern Cross Broadcasting Fairfax Media Macquarie Regional Radio
Other ACE Radio Broadcasters Broadcast Operations Group Capital Radio Network Grant Broadcasters Pacific Star Network Seven West Media
Locations
New South Wales Sydney Newcastle Victoria Melbourne Queensland Brisbane Sunshine Coast South Australia Adelaide Western Australia Perth Tasmania Hobart ACT Canberra
Timelines
Adelaide
Stations
Sydney Hit 104.1 KIIS 106.5 Triple M 104.9 smoothfm 95.3 WSFM
NSW Star 104.5 The Edge 96.1
Melbourne Gold 104.3 Hit 101.9 KIIS 101.1 smoothfm 91.5 Triple M 105.1
Brisbane 4KQ 97.3 FM Hit 105 Magic 882 Triple M 104.5
Adelaide 5AA Cruise 1323 Hit 107 Mix 102.3 Triple M 104.7
Perth 96fm Hit 92.9 Mix 94.5
Hobart Sea FM 100.9
Canberra Mix 106.3