Tamworth Broadcasting Society Inc started broadcasting in 1983 from humble beginnings to now become Australia’s largest regional Community Radio Station.
88.9FM/96.3FM is New England, Northwest and Liverpool Plains' regional radio station.
Operating 24 hours a day 7 days per week the station broadcasts to a potential of over 83,000 people
iHeart Radio across Australia has a cumulative reach monthly of over 42,000 listeners and the station's website and streaming reaches over 8,000 followers daily.
Breakfast from 5am with Howdy, Mornings with Johnny Mac, Scotty's More Music Workday, Drive with Ray/Adam , Leave the Night On with Emma, Debbie G Overnight from 11pm to dawn and the Maximum Music Weekend programs with Adam Parker, George Frame and Dan Missen.
The station broadcast over 30 regional news bulletins weekly headed by News Editor Jon Wolfe and supported by Scott Mclaren and Carissa Ryan in the newsroom. National News is provided by Nine News on the hour, 24 hours daily. The station has 17 full time staff across presenters news, production, programming, sales, administration and engineering.
You’ll never get bored listening to our station!
In 2014, 2YOUFM became 88.9 FM. This included a variety of strong music formats that has changed and progressed since then in response to listener feedback via regular station surveys. The current format is '70s, '80s, '90s, 2000s & the best in country.
Our current Country Music Countdown and an American Country Music program is featured once per week, hosted by Ray McCoy and Emma Bailey.
The station invests in regular marketing, digital production studio and broadcast engineering upgrades. The station broadcasts from studios in the heart of Tamworth and transmits from its own building and tower from Bald Hill and reaches Tamworth City, Tamworth Regional suburbs and various towns in New England and the Northwest of New South Wales. A repeater transmitter services Quirindi in the Liverpool Plains on 96.3FM.