2Day FM

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2Day FM is an Australian Radio station based in Sydney, New South Wales.

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2Day FM

2Day FM began in 1980 as one of three stations licensed to operate in Sydney. The station was then owned by John Laws, Mike Willesee, Village and Graham Kenedy. Since then., the station has gone through various changes. It is currently part of the Southern Cross Austereo’s Hit Network. The station broadcasts its Top40 music format using an eighty-thousand-watt transmitter.


Some of the station’s popular programs include Em Rusciano with Harley Breen, World Famous Rooftop, Hamish and Randy, Carrie and Tommy and Ash London Live. Other programs include Weekend Breakfast with Ryan and Tanya, The Queen Sesh with Constance Hall, Boxed in with Fifi Box, Collective Noun, Heat AU and After Party with Rojdar amongst others.

Radio Personalities

Some celebrities who host programs on the station include Tim Lee, Jaben, Ellie Angel, Rodjar, Harley Been, Bryon Cooke, Fifi Box, Constance Hall, Ryan, Tanya, Carrie, Tommy, Hamisha, and Andy.

How to Listen Online

Fans of the station can listen in to live programs through their official website. The streaming prompt is located at the bottom of the site’s page in the thematic pink font.

Social Network

The station has a wide social media network on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. They have four hundred and fifty thousand followers on Facebook, sixty-eight thousand followers on Twitter and nine thousand subscribers on YouTube. They have different posts on Twitter on Facebook. Both pages, however, feature entertainment news.

Official Website

The official website for the station is https://www.hit.com.au/2day/. The site has a simple but chic design. It features menus of different categories such as shows, news, music amongst others. The website also has a video section with featured celebrity videos. Below the video section is the Catch-Up section with podcasts of past shows. Furthermore, the site also has a part of recent news from within Sydney.

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