Melbourne 3CW Australian Chinese Radio Station has two channels, Mandarin AM1341 and Cantonese AM1620.
Melbourne 3CW Australian Chinese Radio Station is the only one that can broadcast 24 hours a day. Its radio signal covers Victoria, Tasmania, southern region of New South Wales and western region of South Australia. 365 days of passionate broadcasting and specially designed flagship programs every year have attracted more than one million Chinese people, which makes it stand out to be the a leading publicizing media.
Sydney, capital of New South Wales, is the largest city and port in Australia.
In 2011, Ostar International Media Group purchased a new office building in the central place of Sydney, with five floors on the ground and one floor underground. The office area reaches 1650 square meters. Currently, this office building serves as the program studio in Sydney.
Launched in Canberra on May 8th of 2009, C Radio FM88 brought a new voice to the multicultural capital of Australia. C Radio’s English programming provides Canberra’s residents that are interested in China better access to what is currently happening in China and insight into Chinese culture.
C Radio also features Mandarin-language content, providing the local Chinese community with quality news current affairs, entertainment, and sports programming.
FM 88 is yet another example of CAMG’s commitment to bridging culture gaps and bringing more understanding among all kinds of people.
Western Australia Radio Station was founded on Jan 1, 2007, and tested broadcasting on Feb 8 in Chinese Mandarin. As the only wireless Chinese radio station in Western Australia,Western Australia Radio Station cooperated with China Radio International and broadcasts six-hour English programs and four-hour Chinese programs every day, introducing China’s development. Local program making personnel makes six-hour live programs every day to provide timely news, information, variety shows and music for Chinese in Western Australia.Western Australia Radio Station covers a large area, including Perth. The number of Chinese audiences reaches as much as 150,000, including immigrants from Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan and also immigrants South Eastern Asia who can understand or speak Chinese Mandarin.
Adelaide as the capital city of the state of South Australia, and the fifth-most populous city of Australia, also as South Australia’s seat of government and commercial center, Adelaide is the site of many governmental and financial institutions. , treated as a very important re-transmitter station as the entire broadcasting network.
Our frequency AM 1701 covers most areas of Adelaide range, currently all our programs are produced original and it is 7/24 non-stops all day. Audience can listen all programs in Melbourne wide through AM 1341 as well.
Hobart, capital of Australia’s island state of Tasmania, sits on the River Derwent. At its fashionable Salamanca Place, old sandstone warehouses host galleries and cafes. Nearby is Battery Point, a historic district with narrow lanes and colonial-era cottages.
Our frequency AM 1674 covers most areas of Hobart range, currently all our programs are produced original and it is 7/24 non-stops all day. Audience can listen all programs in Melbourne wide through AM 1341 as well.
Brisbane, capital of Queensland, is a large city on the Brisbane River. Clustered in its South Bank cultural precinct are the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre, with noted interactive exhibitions. Another South Bank cultural institution is Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, among Australia’s major contemporary art museums.
Our frequency AM 1629 covers most areas of Brisbane range, currently all our programs are produced original and it is 7/24 non-stops all day. Audience can listen all programs in Melbourne wide through AM 1341 as well.