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The Australian Radio Guide
AM (Mediumwave) Stations in Australian Capital Territory



Station kHz LocationFormat
666 ABC Canberra666CanberraABC local
Radio National846CanberraABC national
SBS Radio1440CanberraMulticultural national - DAB+
1053 2CA1053CanberraOldies & AFL commercial - DAB+
1206 2CC1206CanberraTalk commercial - DAB+
SEN Track1323CanberraRacing
RPH Print Radio1125CanberraCommunity
Sky Sports Radio1008CanberraRacing narrowcast
Niche Radio Network1629CanberraMulti-ethnic narrowcast including Rete Italia
2ME Australia1638CanberraMulti-ethnic narrowcast including Rete Italia
China Radio International1647CanberraEnglish narrowcast

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