Nova (radio network)


Nova (radio network)
Nova
Nova-logo.jpg
City of license Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney
Broadcast area  Australia
Branding Nova
Slogan Live Life Nova
New Music Now
Sounds Different
Frequency Variable
First air date 2001 (2001)
Format Top 40 (CHR), Dance, comedy, talk
Language English
ERP Sydney: 150 kW
Melbourne: 56 kW
Brisbane: 12 kW
Adelaide: 20 kW
Perth: 40 kW
Affiliations Classic Rock
Owner dmg Radio Australia
Website Nova 96.9 http://www.nova969.com.au
Nova 100 http://www.nova100.com.au
Nova 106.9 http://www.nova1069.com.au
Nova 91.9 http://www.nova919.com.au
Nova 93.7 http://www.nova937.com.au

Nova is a name given to a group of Australian radio stations. The group comprises five stations all owned by DMG Radio Australia, apart from the Perth station, which is a joint venture between DMG and the Australian Radio Network.

Like many radio networks, each station has its own local Breakfast show and day time presenters, with the Drive and Night shifts networked across all stations. Other pre-recorded programmes are often played across the network at various times also.

Nova initially promoted that it 'Sounds Different' by playing a broad mix of contemporary pop, rock, R'n'B and dance music with a promise of 'Never more than two ads in a row'. In 2010, Nova announced that it would move away from their policy of "never more than two ads..." by increasing the number of ads broadcast per hour from 12 to 21 during the peak times of breakfast and drive.

Contents

Stations

Name City Frequency
Nova 96.9 (2SYD) Sydney 96.9 FM
Nova 100 (3MEL) Melbourne 100.3 FM
Nova 106.9 (4BNE) Brisbane 106.9 FM
Nova 91.9 (5ADL) Adelaide 91.9 FM
Nova 93.7 (6PER) Perth 93.7 FM

Nova's recent on air imaging is produced by Pure Tonic Media which has done work with big name clients such as BBC Radio 1 in the UK. Their newest jingles have been known to sound similar to the Galaxy Network (now Capital FM) in the UK. Their on air 'Love Music' tagline and new 'Fresh 40' chart show shows this, possibly due to some Nova/DMG employees previously working with GCap Media in the UK.

Networked Programmes

Nova syndicates a number of programmes across its network. These include:

  • Meshel, Tim & Marty, Weekdays 4pm - 6pm
  • Fitzy and Wippa, Weekdays 6pm - 7pm
  • Nova's Fresh Hits with Christo and Katie, Weeknights 7pm - 10pm
  • Late Nights with Deano, Weeknights 10pm - 1am
  • Saturday Morning Monty, Saturday 6am - 8am
  • The Nova Fresh 40 Countdown, Saturday 3pm - 6pm
  • The Weekend with Grant Smillie and NovaNation with John Course, Saturday nights
  • Lowie's Super Awesome Mega Mega Hollywood Show, Sunday 5pm - 7pm

See also

  • List of Australian radio stations

References

External links


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