Triple M Brisbane 104.5 brings you 'real' music from any decade. With the latest news, sports updates, NRL and AFL. This radio station is compliant with Local Content requirements. For all the best music, news, interviews and competitions, tune in on 104.5FM or listen online on Digital Radio.
We will rock you
We are champion
Let me down easy
I don't like news at all
Only like rock music playlist no adds no sports only music playlist Brisbane 104.50fm
Radio you can set your clock to. Boring, predictable and unfunny. Same one hit wonders over and over, week after week, year after year, decade after decade. How many times do we have to listen to the same 2 Big Audio Dynamite songs? Doesn't support up and coming Aussie talent, next to no music being played from this century. Triple mmm, more like dribble mmm.
Great station. Cheers
Information about the radio
4MMM (identified on air and in print as Triple M) a commercial FM rock radio station in Brisbane, Australia. It broadcasts on the Triple M network on 104.5 MHz frequency.
The FM104 studios were originally based in the top floor of 67 St Pauls Terrace. Not much is known about the original installation.
New facilities were later created at 549 Queen Street, Brisbane. This building had a lot of character, featuring a quirky lift, green carpets and a distinctive spiral staircase linking the two floors. The basement carpark, reserved for executives and station vehicles, was tiny and difficult to enter and exit. The building also hosted some wild survey parties with many famous guests over many years.
The Queen Street equipment comprised MTE mixing consoles, and ITC Delta cartridge machines. FM104 Triple M never experienced the era of "Digital Commercial System" (DCS) which was incorporated into most other Austereo stations. Instead, FM104 Triple M continued to use outdated cartridge machines until 1999, when the updated Maestro digital playout system was installed as part of an Austereo nationwide upgrade.
From 1998 to 2000, Triple M's news was broadcast from the newsroom of sister station B105 FM in a combined newsroom arrangement. A high speed microwave WAN link was also installed between the two stations to enable data connectivity.
FM104, and later Triple M Brisbane, broadcast from the Queen Street location until August 2000, when Austereo relocated Triple M and sister station B105 into new combined premises at 309 North Quay, Brisbane.
The new complex was the first in Australia to use the now defunct Klotz Digital VADIS audio system, which was revolutionary at the time. After 16 years the original Klotz installation at the North Quay facility is currently being phased out and replaced with an Axia Audio over IP system manufactured by US based Telos Systems.
TX Australia are currently under contract to maintain all of Austereo Brisbane's FM transmission infrastructure including antennas, transmitters and combiners.
Broadcast Australia are under contract to maintain the digital radio infrastructure for all Brisbane radio stations.
4MMM's FM base power is 5 kilowatts with an ERP (Effective Radiated Power) of 12 kilowatts at the antenna. The digital radio base power from the Mt Coot-tha site is 1.8 kW with an ERP of 12 kW at the antenna.