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2UW Sydney Australia: A Video Tribute to the 1960s NEW-UW The Swingin’ Sound of Sydney

A tribute to Sydney radio station 2UW and its dee-jays during the late 60’s.Published by old45s on YouTube. > Read more about the history of 2UW…

2GB Sydney : Key Station of the Macquarie Network

2GB Sydney is operated by Broadcasting Station 2GB Pty. Ltd., with offices and studio at 134 Phillip Street, Sydney, and transmitter at Homebush Point, Parramatta River. 2GB operates on a power of one kilowatt and a wave length of 345 metres (870 kcs.).

2UW Sydney: The Station All Australia Knows

“This is Station 2UW Sydney….” Transmitted from a vertical aerial towering 365 ft. above the city’s skyline, the voice of 2UW dominates the listening habits…

Memories of 2UE Sydney

Author: Tom Crozier Hi! My name is Tom Crozier, long retired from commercial radio in Australia but still interested in the business. A friend of…

2UE Sydney – Australia’s Oldest Commercial Station

Radio 2UE is the oldest of the existing commercial stations in Australia: It commenced operating in 1925 on a license granted in 1924. Studios and…

2KY Sydney The Olympian

Emil Robert Voigt (1883-1973), an English born engineer, was one of the foremost pioneers of the fledgling Australian broadcasting industry in the early 1920s and the genius behind the birth of radio station 2KY.

2KY Sydney The Red

EMIL VOIGT: the man behind the birth of radio station 2KY by Robin Voigt Part 2 of 5 The Clarion Movement During the early 1900s…

2KY Sydney The Pioneer

EMIL VOIGT: the man behind the birth of radio station 2KY by Robin Voigt Part 3 of 5 The beginning of broadcasting in Australia He…

2KY Sydney The First

EMIL VOIGT: the man behind the birth of radio station 2KY by Robin Voigt Part 4 of 5 The first transmission Once built, the station…

2KY Sydney The Founder

EMIL VOIGT: the man behind the birth of radio station 2KY by Robin Voigt Part 5 of 5 On the move In March 1932 2KY…

2CH Sydney

AWA Station 2CH Who’s Who at 2CH in 1946 Travelling by fast elevator to the top of the AWA building at 47 York Street, Sydney,…

Early Australian Radio Personalities on 2KY Sydney

The rapid progress which marked 2KY’s infancy has been maintained throughout its 20 years.

The Voice of Australia

AWA’s VK2ME Sydney and VK3ME Melbourne by Dr. Adrian Peterson The almost forgotten anniversary! September 5, 1927 It was just 75 years ago that the…

A Tale of Three Cities

A Tale of Three Cities By David Ricquish On July 1 1932, the NZ Radio Record published the first issue of a helpful guide to…

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