Radio 16 listeners are generally aged 55 - 65, own their own homes and have high disposable incomes. The Radio 16 listener does not get left behind embracing the Digital age.

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Beach Radio collaborates with City Councils to provide the widest possible advertising exposure into Australia’s famous summer beach Lifestyle. Whether your target market is families, students, backpackers..in fact any regular beach user, we can reach them.

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ZFM Country Rock is Australia’s oldest digital country music station on air since 2001. Its target demographic is 40 - 52 and the new generation of “Young” country listeners.

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Hunter Radio is the home of Newcastle NSW’s favourite Radio brands. Hunter Radio combines stations from the local Radio 16 Network: Radio 16 , the local ZFM Digital from The Beach Radio Network and ZFM Country Rock from the Hume Travel Radio Network into a powerful media group. The groups advertising reach inside and outside the hunter is unrivalled in the region.

 

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NEWCASTLE IN FIVE MINUTES

The metropolitan area of Newcastle is the second most populous area in New South Wales, and includes most of the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie local government areas. As of 30 June 2009 the population of the city of Newcastle  was estimated to be 154,777.

 

Newcastle holds a variety of cultural events and festivals. The Newcastle Regional Show is

held in the Newcastle Showground annually. There are a mixture of typical regional show

elements such as woodchopping displays, showbags, rides and stalls and usually fireworks to complement the events in the main arena. The Mattara festival, founded in 1961, is the official festival of Newcastle with a more traditional 'country fair' type program that combines a parade, rides, sporting events, band competitions and portrait and landscape painting exhibitions. The Newcastle Jazz Festival is held across three days in August, and attracts

performers and audiences from all over Australia. The Shoot Out 24 Hour Filmmaking Festival, first started in Newcastle in 1999. This is the film festival where film-makers come together in one place to make a short film in 24 hours. It is run annually in July. This Is Not Art is a national festival of new media and arts held in Newcastle each year over the October long weekend. Since its humble beginnings in 1998, it has become one of the leading

arts festivals in Australia dedicated to the work and ideas of communities not included in other major Australian arts festivals. The umbrella program includes the independent festivals Electrofringe, the National Young Writers' Festival, Critical Animals, Sound Summit, Crack Theatre Festival and other projects that vary from year to year.

 

Newcastle has an active music culture, as well as a Conservatorium of Music which is part of the University of Newcastle. It continues to support local bands and has a large underground music scene. The members of Silverchair, the highly successful Australian band, hail from Newcastle, as does the Australian band The Screaming Jets.

 

Noted Australian artists John Olsen, Margaret Olley and William Dobell once lived in Newcastle and today the city of Newcastle is home to a wide range of public, commercial and private galleries. The Newcastle Art Gallery is home to one of Australia's most substantial public art collections outside a major capital city, and its extensive collection of works by contemporary and historical Australian visual artists presents a comprehensive overview of Australian art.

 

Newcastle has a variety of smaller theatres, but the main theatre in the CBD is now the Civic, at Wheeler Place, (seating capacity about 1500), one of Australia's great historic theatres built during 1929 in Art Deco style. It hosts a wide range of musicals, plays, concerts, dance and other events each year.

 

Newcastle has also been home to noted Australian actors, comedians and entertainers, including Sarah Wynter, John Doyle (part of comic act Roy and HG), Susie Porter, Celia Ireland, Yahoo Serious and Jonathan Biggins. The cast of the Tap Dogs show also come from Newcastle.

 

For a walk through Newcastle’s history you can tour Fort Scratchley Historic Site, with its commanding position guarding the Hunter River Estuary. Overlooking Nobbys Beach and lighthouse, the Fortress has a long and interesting military history. Another famous historic site and a survivor of the Japanese submarine attack of WWII and the 1989 Newcastle Earthquake, Christ Church Cathedral is a short car ride away. The city’s ‘Castle’ boasts exquisite architecture, beautiful grounds and wide views of Newcastle harbour. Revisit Newcastle’s convict past with a visit to the convict-hewn Bogey Hole, built around 1820 for the personal use of Commandant James T. Morriset. Located beneath a rocky prominence at the foot of King Edward Park, the Bogey Hole gets battered during heavy seas.