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Classic Rock Radio

Rating: 2.0 Reviews: 22
Classic Rock Radio is a commercial radio station, broadcast from Rowville, Victoria and licensed to Greater Melbourne. Owned and operated by Pacific Star Network from studios in Richmond, it broadcasts a classic rock format on 1377 AM and DAB+ digital radio. Show more
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Classic Rock Radio reviews

  • 1
    8 h past
    Horrible mistake only music station in Melbourne worth listening to im shattered.John,Melbourne.
  • 1
    10 h past
    There's enough bloody football on the radio, why the hell have you taken the best music away and replaced it with this? Do what you want because I won't be listening to it again
  • 1
    14 h past
    I'm struggling with the logic behind the change from music to sport. Hope to attract more listeners ? Nope, don't think so, those that like sport are already listening to SEN. All its going to do is drive people like me away who liked the music, so down go the ratings. Oh wait, Hutchisons involved, now I know why there is no logic behind it, he's only buying friendship and giving his yobbo mates somewhere else to talk rubbish.
  • 1
    19.08.2018
    What have you done? No more music? I'm absolutely appalled that you've gotten rid of the best music station and replaced it with a double up of 1116... just why?? You have lost us and I'm guessing you've lost a lot more listeners as well. What a stupid move that was, getting rid of the best rock station ever!!!
  • 1
    19.08.2018
    WAS the best music station in Melbourne . Not much of a play list , lots of repeats , but still better than the fm stations . If i want to listen to SEN , I would go to 1116 . This is what happens when an IDIOT like Hutchy takes over . He got the sack from everywhere he worked ( because he is an IDIOT ) , so he bought into Pacific Star network & proceeded to make it HIS . Cant get the sack if you own it , right Hutchy ? you narcissist .
  • 1
    17.08.2018
    Where's the music gone...we don't need another bloody sports radio station. Thanks for nothing. Which idiot thought this was a good idea. If i could a zero i would.
  • 1
    16.08.2018
    You bastards. This was my favorite station. Why is there always some moron that ruins something the greater majority.
  • 1
    16.08.2018
    I loved your rock format. I'm sorry but not a fan any more. Sorry bring music back. I had your station set in my car my husband's at home and turned friends to your dial. Now it's boring. It was the best station in melbourne. Why the change?
  • 1
    15.08.2018
    Cannot believe this has happened, it was the best station for a good mix of rock, now it is sen, why, why why? Please come back.
  • 1
    15.08.2018
    Deeply upset with the change. No more music. Just sport. This is terrible. The music was so good and a lot of fun. The search for decent station begins again...

Information about the radio

3MP began transmission 21 July 1976, as Melbourne's seventh commercial radio station and the city's first new commercial station in over 40 years. The original licensees included a consortium of businessmen and media identities.

In December 2009, existing operator Pacific Star Network and Macquarie Radio Network, the owner of top rating Sydney talkback radio station 2GB, agreed to create the joint-venture 'Melbourne Radio Operations Pty Ltd', to supply radio programming in the Melbourne market.

In April 2010, the two signed an interim agreement to launch a new talkback station MTR 1377 - replacing 3MP on 1377 kHz. The station was seen as a reboot of the failed 3AK Talk format, this time mostly Sydney based 2GB programming - to compete against incumbent 3AW.
Unfortunately for Macquarie Media and 2GB, the MTR Melbourne station achieved little listener traction, and struggled for both advertising support and listener interest throughout its short life.

In 2015, MyMP adopted the positioner of "Melbourne's greatest hits from the 60s, 70s & 80s", and in May reverted to the 3MP brand, last heard in 2010. In July, the newsroom shared between 3MP and sister station 1116 SEN was closed, replaced with a service from Macquarie National News.

Now playing on DAB+, and on 1377AM plying Greatest Hits from the 60's, 70's and 80's'.

Radio contacts

Address: 473 Swan Street, Richmond Melbourne VIC 3121

Phone: +61 3 8420 1116

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