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Life FM (Adelaide)

LifeFM (5RAM)
Broadcast area Adelaide
Slogan Your Music
Frequency 107.9 MHz FM Radio
First air date 1993
Format HotAC/Christian
Owner Christian Radio Incorporated
Website Life FM

LifeFM (callsign: 5RAM) is a Christian radio station in Adelaide, South Australia that has been operating full-time (on-air) from October 1993.[1] Life FM broadcasts on the 107.9 frequency. MHz. The station's motto is Real Life Radio. According to the radio station's own website, the length of time it took to acquire a "broadcast licence for Adelaide's only Christian radio station" was 20 years.[1] As well as playing Adult Contemporary and Christian music, LifeFM offers news, sport, music programs and talk programs. LifeFM won a SACBA award for Community Engagement in 2014[2]

Saturday and Sunday afternoons in winter, Life FM usually broadcast one of the SANFL football matches. The station has won 3 SANFL Media Awards, "Best Commentary" in 2004 & 2008 and "Best Radio Interview" in 2007

LifeFM also simulcasts Nine News from 6pm weeknights.

100.7 Riverland Life FM based in Loxton was formed with help from Life FM Adelaide.

Life FM Adelaide also broadcasts Lift Radio on DAB digital radio.

Christianityworks ( a "non-denominational, global media ministry based in Sydney, Australia"[3] ) describes Life FM as providing "A unique mix of music, news, talk, information, encouragement, entertainment – a transforming experience."[4]

References

  1. ^ a b
  2. ^ http://sacba.org.au/bilbyawards/bilby-awards-2014/
  3. ^ "Christianityworks". Retrieved 2010-08-14. 
  4. ^ http://www.christianityworks.com/pages/content.asp?pid=869

External links

  • Official website

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