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4MBS City of license Brisbane, Queensland Broadcast area Brisbane RA1 ([1]) Branding 4MBS Classic FM Frequency 103.7 MHz FM First air date March 1, 1977 (1977-03-01)[1] Format Classical music Language English ERP 12,000 watts HAAT 233 m[2] Transmitter coordinates 27°27′47″S 152°56′49″E / 27.46306°S 152.94694°E / -27.46306; 152.94694 Callsign meaning 4 = Queensland Music Broadcasting Society Owner Music Broadcasting Society of Queensland Ltd Website Official website 4MBS Classic FM is a Brisbane community radio station that broadcasts classical music, jazz and nostalgia throughout South East Queensland. It is broadcast at a frequency of 103.7 MHz. Its operations are conducted by volunteers and a small number of paid staff. Operational funding is principally derived from commercial sponsorship, listener subscriptions, a ticketing service, occasional sales of second-hand LPs, and an annual classical music festival. 4MBS Classic FM has a loose affiliation with a number of similar independently owned and operated stations in other parts of Australia, including 2MBS Sydney, 3MBS Melbourne, 5MBS Adelaide and ArtSound FM Canberra. Contents 1 History 2 Key Programs 3 Festival of Classics 4 Awards 5 References 6 External links // History The station first went to air on 1 March 1979 at 10.30am, from a small area rented from the Queensland University of Technology’s Kelvin Grove campus. In the early 1990s it became home to Australia's only archive of original recordings by women composers, donated by the International League of Women Composers in New York in liaison with Tania Peitzker. In 1994 it was moved to a large house in the suburb of Coorparoo. In later years, a 70 seat Performance Studio was built next to the house. Key Programs 4MBS broadcasts a weekly program titled Music Lover’s Choice with announcer Howard Ainsworth, which previously ran for many years on the ABC. Festival of Classics Since 1994, the station has staged the annual 4MBS Festival of Classics, which consists of concerts and other classical music related events that take place around Brisbane, featuring predominantly local artists. It is now Australia's largest classical music festival. Awards In 2004, 4MBS Classic FM was named Radio Station of the Year by the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia. References ^ http://www.acma.gov.au/webwr/_assets/main/lib100052/lic031_community_radio_broadcasting_licences.pdf ^ HAAT estimated from http://www.itu.int/SRTM3/ using EHAAT. External links 4MBS Classic FM website 4MBS on Myspace v • d • e Radio stations in Brisbane AM and FM stations with an asterisk are also available on digital AM Stations 612 ABC Brisbane* · 4KQ 693* · ABC Radio National 792* · 4BH 882* · ABC NewsRadio 936* · Radio TAB 1008* · Rete Italia 1053 · 4BC 1116* · Switch 1197 · 4RPH 1296 · Radio Brisvaani 1701 FM Stations Vision FM 87.6 · Planet Radio 88.0 · Radio TAB 89.7 · Rebel FM 90.5 · SBS Radio 93.3* · River 94.9 · 96.5 Family FM · 97.3 FM* · 4EB 98.1 · 98.9 FM · 99.7 FM · Bay FM 100.3 · 101FM (101.1) · 4ZZZ 102.1 · 4MBS 103.7 · Triple M 104.5* · B105 (105.3)* · ABC Classic FM 106.1* · Nova 106.9* · Triple J 107.7* Digital Only Stations ABC DiG:  · ABC Dig Music  · ABC Country  · ABC Jazz  · ABC Grandstand  · ARN: The Edge  · 4KQ Plus  · Classic Hits Live  · Austereo: Radar  · Barry  · U20 · DMG: NovaNation  · Koffee  · Fairfax: The Buckle  · SBS Radio: SBS Chill  · SBS PopAsia Australia Radio Markets: Adelaide • Brisbane • Canberra • Darwin • Hobart • Melbourne • Newcastle • Perth • Sydney See also: List of radio stations in Australia This article about Brisbane is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This article about a radio station in Australia is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e