Fresh FM commenced broadcasting with an Australian Broadcasting Authority "Temporary Community Broadcaster" license on March 17 1998. Initially the station broadcast at 92.9 MHz in a frequency-sharing agreement with the Italian language radio station Radio Televisione Italiana, before later moving to another frequency at 92.7 MHz. On August 22 2002, Fresh FM received a full-time broadcasting license from the ABA.
Fresh FM remains a not-for-profit radio station, supported by almost 10,000 subscribers -- or listener-sponsors -- who voluntarily contribute funds to keep the station operational- Playing a mix of Dance, R&B, Hip Hop and Drum and Bass as well as Hardcore Techno, Fresh FM has gained popularity not only in Adelaide but throughout Australia and the world via a live Internet Radio stream. Fresh FM has also released a number of compilation CDs containing popular songs played on air.
The Century Council, Aly Raisman Host Event on Capitol Hill on National Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
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