We, the Romanian Broadcasting Group, are a group of enthusiasts who share the belief that cultural diversity is best served by originality and integration, therefore undertook to be active in the spoken form of radio broadcasts by creating a weekly hour of content in Romanian on Radio 3ZZZ.
RADIOTHON 2014 PRIZE WINNERS
We would like to congratulate all the winners of the 2014 Radiothon prize draw.
To see who has won please click on the link below.
Thanks once again to all those who have generously donated during the Radiothon.
CONGRATULATIONS PREMIER ANDREWS
3ZZZ would like to congratulate Premier Elect Daniel Andrews on his party's victory in the state election.
We look forward to working with you in implementing your much appreciated commitment to fund a $450,000 grant for multicultural media.
OPEN LETTER TO PETER BATCHELOR
3ZZZ has written a letter to the President of the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF), Peter Batchelor about funding to ethnic community broadcasting.
Please click on the link below to access this open letter to the President.
If your ethnic community is not already broadcasting on the Ethnic Communities Radio Station 3ZZZ please feel welcome to apply for airtime. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the Manager 3ZZZ, 144 George St. Fitzroy, phone 9415 1928
GOT A COMMENT OR COMPLAINT?
If you have a comment that you would like passed to your Broadcasting Group either look on the Group details for direct contact details or contact email@example.com or the Manager 3ZZZ, 144 George St. Fitzroy, phone 9415 1928. Complaints should be made directly to the Manager in writing with as much detail as possible.
Radio 3ZZZ is the largest ethnic community station in Australia. Located at 92.3 on the FM radio band, 3ZZZ started broadcasting on a regular basis in June 1989.
The Studios are located at 1st Floor, 144 George Street, Fitzroy.
Working from studios in the Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy, the station is heard across the Melbourne metropolitan region, as far as Geelong to the west and Macedon to the north. Broadcasting 24 hours a day, it is estimated that more than 400,000 people listen to 3ZZZ every week.
The station can now be heard across all Australia and the rest of the world through internet broadcasting. Just go to 'Listen to a Show' or the Program Guide above.