KIIS Network is a radio network owned by Australian Radio Network. It was originally the MixFM Network which described its stations adult contemporary format. With the network broadening into other music formats, in 2015 its name was changed to the KIIS Network. The KIIS Network has a station in all the six mainland capitals.
- Canberra : Kix 106 was one of the two FM station that launched in Canberra in 1988. Kix 106 was a rock station. In 1994, it started a partnership with Southern Cross Austereo, the owner of the other FM station. Kix 106 changed to Mix 106.3 and an adult contemporary format.
- Sydney : 2UW was one of two Sydney AM radio stations to convert to FM in 1990s. It was renamed Mix 106.5 with its adult contemporary format. In 2014, the station switched to a top 40 format and was renamed KIIS 106.5 to reflect its new image.
- Melbourne : 3TT was one of two Melbourne AM radio stations to convert to FM in 1990. The adult contemporary station started its FM life as TTFM and did not change its name to Mix 101.1 until 2001. In 2015, a year after its sister station in Sydney, Mix 101.1 switched to a top 40 format and was renamed KIIS 101.1
- Brisbane : 97.3 FM was the new FM station that launched in Brisbane in 2001. It has always been an adult contemporary station and is a partnership with Nova Entertainment.
- Adelaide : 5AD converted to FM in 1993. It swapped frequencies with its sister station 5DN (now Cruise 1323). In 2001, the station was renamed Mix 102.3 and is an adult contemporary station.
- Perth : 96fm was the new FM station that launched in Perth in 1980. A rock station, it has had many owners and was bought by Australian Radio Network in 2015, bringing the network to all mainland capitals.
| SCA partnership with Southern Cross Austereo |
NE partnership with Nova Entertainment