Pure Gold Network

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Pure Gold Network
Broadcast area Australia
Slogan Better Music & More Of It (101.7 WSFM/Gold 104.3)
(city name's) Smooth Variety (all)
’’Good Times & Great Classic Hits’’ (4KQ)
Adelaide's Easy Classics (Adelaide)
Frequency Various
Format 1980s music (Sydney & Melbourne)
Classic Hits/Oldies (Brisbane & Adelaide)
Language(s) English
ERP Various
Owner Australian Radio Network
Sister stations KIIS Network
The Edge 96.ONE
Website classichitsradio.com.au

The Pure Gold Network is a radio station network that merged with the now-defunct Mix and Classic Hits Networks, owned by media company Australian Radio Network, who also own the KIIS Network.


Callsign Frequency/Frequencies Branding Location/s Format Notes
2UUS 101.7 MHz FM
088.3 MHz FM
099.1 MHz FM
101.7 WSFM Sydney, New South Wales
Moss Vale, New South Wales
Blacktown, New South Wales
1980s music Formerly 2WS, 2WFM, ‘’2UW’’ and ‘’Mix 106.5’’
3KKZ 104.3 MHz FM Gold 104.3 Melbourne, Victoria 1980s music Formerly 3KZ, KZFM, Gold 104, ‘’3DB’’, ‘’3TTT’’ and ‘’Mix 101.1’’
4KQ 0693 kHz AM 4KQ Brisbane, Queensland Classic hits
5DN 1323 kHz AM Cruise 1323 Adelaide, South Australia Classic hits
Formerly 5AD, Radio 1323 and SEN 1323

Digital radio[edit]

The Pure Gold Network simulcasts each station in the network on Digital Radio in their local markets. Prior to the merger of iheartradio they also broadcasts Pure Gold 80's, featuring 1980s music, Pure Gold 90's, featuring 1990s music, and, in a joint venture with the KIIS Network, the adult contemporary-formatted Chemist Warehouse Remix.

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