Commercial radio arrived in Brisbane in 1930. 4BC launched in August followed by 4BK (now Hit 105) in September. 4BH (now Magic 882) launched a year later in 1931. In 1935, a Ipswich-Brisbane station launched with 4IP. It became a victim of the launch of FM radio and is now Radio TAB. Brisbane's fifth and last commercial AM station launched in 1947 with 4KQ.
FM radio arrived in Brisbane in 1980. FM 104 launched and is now Triple M. In 1990, 4BK converted and is now Hit 105. After a gap of 21 years, Brisbane's 2nd commercial FM station launched with 97.3 FM; followed by Nova 106.9 three years later in 2004.
Brisbane has four commercial FM stations - Triple M, Hit 105, 97.3 FM, Nova 106.9 - and four commercial AM stations - 4BC, Magic 882, Radio TAB and 4KQ.
|612||4QR||612 ABC Brisbane||ABC Local Radio||Australian Broadcasting Corporation|
|693||4KQ||4KQ||Classic Hits||Australian Radio Network|
|792||4RN||ABC Radio National||News, Arts & Culture||Australian Broadcasting Corporation|
|882||4BH||Magic 882||Easy Listening||Macquarie Radio Network|
|936||4PB||ABC NewsRadio||News & Current Affairs||Australian Broadcasting Corporation|
|1116||4BC||4BC||News, Talk, Sport||Macquarie Radio Network|
|97.3||4BFM||97.3 FM||Adult Contemporary|| Australian Radio Network |
|104.5||4MMM||Triple M||Rock||Southern Cross Austereo|
|105.3||4BBB||Hit 105||Top 40||Southern Cross Austereo|
|106.1||ABC FM||ABC Classic FM||Classical Music||Australian Broadcasting Corporation|
|106.9||4BNE||Nova 106.9||Top 40||Nova Entertainment|
|107.7||4JJJ||Triple J||Alternative Rock||Australian Broadcasting Corporation|
|Australian Broadcasting Corporation|| 612 ABC Brisbane |
ABC Radio National
| ABC Classic FM |
|Australian Radio Network||4KQ||97.3 FM|
|Macquarie Radio Network|| 4BC |
|Southern Cross Austereo|| Hit 105 |