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Ultra106five

ultra106five (call sign: 7HFC) is a not for profit, Christian, FM radio station in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. It broadcasts on 106.5 MHz. As well as playing a mix of Christian and popular music, ultra106five offers news, sport and general talk programmes.

ultra106five is a founding member of the Association of Christian Broadcasters and is a member of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia.

Station format

ultra106five is Hobart's Adult Contemporary music station which has been serving the Greater Hobart Metropolitan area for over 25 years.

The station presents a positive life affirming, mainly music format, primarily focusing on families. The playlist features artists such as Rob Thomas, Green Day, Silverchair, Sanctus Real, Delta Goodrem, Toby Mac, Foo Fighters, Eskimo Joe, Hawk Nelson and others interspersed with relevant talk, interviews and discussion of contemporary social issues.

ultra106five attracts a strong professional and family audience focusing primarily on the 25 - 45 yr adult demographic.

The station features regular national and local news, sport, weather updates and traffic reports.

External links

  • Official website

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