Your IP: 34.204.36.101 United States Near: Houston, Texas, United States

Lookup IP Information

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next

Below is the list of all allocated IP address in 165.184.0.0 - 165.184.255.255 network range, sorted by latency.

Vision Australia Radio - VAR City of license Melbourne, Victoria Slogan "Sound Information" Frequency 1179 KHz[1] (1990-) 1629 kHz (1982-1990) First air date December 12, 1982[2][3] Format Radio reading service Power 3,000 watts[1] Class Community[1] Callsign meaning Vision Australia Radio Affiliations Radio Print Handicapped Network Owner Vision Australia Webcast MP3 Stream [1] Real Media Stream [2] Website Official Website [3] Vision Australia Radio is a network of eight radio stations in Victoria and southern New South Wales owned by Vision Australia. The stations broadcast a range of programs, generally consisting of readings of newspapers and magazines for people unable to read print media. All the stations are operated by a volunteer staff and a small group of dedicated employees. The Vision Australia Radio Network is headquartered at Kooyong and is licensed as a Community (RPH) Broadcaster to the print handicapped community. This can include people with vision impairment, a physical illness or disability which makes it difficult for them to hold a paper (such as MS or Parkinson’s), people with dyslexia or those who understand spoken but not written English. A recent McNair Ingenuity Research study showed that Vision Australia Radio has a state wide audience of more than 250,000 every week – with the majority of listeners aged between 25-54. An estimated 38% of listeners are professionals or self-employed with a further 36% skilled workers. The station originally broadcast as 3RPH in 1982 from Melbourne, however the station is now formally known as Vision Australia Radio. Vision Australia Radio is a member of the Radio Print Handicapped Network and a BBC World Service partner station. Melbourne Station - VAR 1179AM The chief station is: 3RPH 1179 kHz AM Melbourne Regional Stations The other stations are affiliates and opt-out of the 3RPH feed for local programmes: 2APH 101.7 MHz FM Albury-Wodonga 3BPH 88.7 MHz FM Bendigo 3GPH 99.5 kHz FM Geelong 3MPH 107.5 MHz FM Mildura 3SPH 100.1 MHz FM Shepparton 3RPH/T 93.5 MHz FM Warragul 3RPH/T 94.5 MHz FM Warrnambool The Melbourne station is also heard in Australia and New Zealand on Optus Aurora satellite radio channel 12. References ^ a b c "New radio services for Melbourne, Geelong and Colac". Australian Communications and Media Authority. 27 June 2000. http://acma.gov.au/WEB/STANDARD/pc=PC_91053. Retrieved 2007-12-31.  ^ "blindness and low vision services". Vision Australia. http://www.visionaustralia.org.au/info.aspx?page=749. Retrieved 2007-12-31.  ^ Farah Farouque (2002-12-12). "Why Leach is getting serious all over". The Age. http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2002/12/12/1039656162108.html. Retrieved 2007-12-31.