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Classic Rock Radio

Rating: 1.7 Reviews: 36
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
    12.07.2019
    Turned your station on to listen to some music, talk back dribble instead. Goodbye " classic rock radio", you are no different to our local 'music gone dribble station' mmm 963 Limestone Coast. Yeah, no stars from me also. And change your name to what you are really about.
  • 5
    11.05.2019
    While I understand that many people are upset at the loss of the music side of this radio station I think it's immature to bag the new shows on this station without listening regularly
  • 1
    07.04.2019
    What a pile of worthless crap! What happened to the great station this used to be? It's nauseating to listen to this mindless vomit!
  • 1
    12.01.2019
    Missing what used to be easy listening. All that great music lost on radio forever.
  • 3
    31.12.2018
    original rock vangelhs thessalonikh
  • 1
    24.11.2018
    If I could give zero stars I would. Bring back the original 1377 3mp that was on for years before it changed to rock and roll and sports.
  • 1
    27.10.2018
    Who killed the radio star????? This is ridiculous. Finally some great classic rock and now I turn it on to racing, sport and a bunch of idiots talking about subject none of us are interested in. Total bullshit and whoever made this decision should be castrated as no woman would have done this. Thanks Kev for the replacement - let me try.
  • 1
    15.10.2018
    I now have found a replacement on the net just started ..New2uw .com :)
  • 1
    14.09.2018
    What a joke!!
  • 1
    30.08.2018
    Five Star for Classic Rock, but then, unbelievably, we had "The Day The Music Died- totally gutted now......Classic Rock Radio changed my life. When it went Digital, wow it changed my life even more, simply was awesome. I was obsessed with listening to it. The weekend morning fishing and money shows were an annoying interruption, the VFL was infuriating.......but all other times I would drive with it, work with it, shop with it, best of all, walk/run with it!! helped me lose 15kg cause I didn't want to go home, didn't want to miss out on the next tune.......now it's gone. just like that?? WHY??? Who Killed the music

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 - 479 Swan St. Richmond, Victoria, 3121

Phone: reception: +61 3 8420 1116

Email: webmaster@sen.com.au

call: +61 9429 1116
text: +61 0433 98 1116

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