Hot 91.1FM Sunshine Coast is not owned by Macquarie; DMG sold it in early 2005 to A Investments. In 2007, A Investments later sold Hot 91 to Prime Television. Macquarie and Prime have arrangements with DMG for the use of the Hot FM brand.
The two networks (Queensland and Western Australia) are programmed independently of each other, but share the same format (contemporary hits, with a focus on Top 40 and rock music), with slight variations on the playlists, and common network programming from the east coast.
Each station in the Queensland network have their own local breakfast programme. The West Australian network have the same programmes across all its stations. Advertising is local in each market.
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