The Hawkesbury Community Media Network Association (PulseFM) is delighted to have been awarded a full license by ACMA to broadcast via the 89.9fm MHz frequency in the Windsor RA1 licence area from December 6, 2022.
PulseFM has been operating on a Temporary FM license since 5th December 2021 and streaming 24/7 via a multitude of streaming platforms including IHeart radio its inception in July 2021.
The station is committed to providing a diverse range of programming including, music, conversation, local national and international news, current affairs, sport, local topics and community events which caters for the needs and wants of the Hawkesbury community.
“The Board and management of PulseFM are excited by the recent ACMA announcement and we feel privileged to be able to broadcast to our community under a full licence. We look forward to providing an outstanding service to the community that will be entertaining, informative and relevant to the people of the Hawkesbury,” Chair Richard Griffiths said.
“I would like to thank the Board, station presenters, sponsors, volunteers and in particular our Station Manager Kathryn Gene for the hard work and dedication in ensuring PulseFM is at the forefront of community radio in the Hawkesbury,” he said.
PulseFM will commence broadcasting under its full licence from Tuesday 6th December and can be heard on the 89.9FM band.