Brisbane's oldest FM radio station 4ZZZ are heading into another Radiothon, where they go all out for their 10 day subscriber drive, asking listeners to become financial supporters of the station.
This year's theme is 'Keep Brisbane Weird', celebrating all of the cultural obscurities that have come out of our city and shaped our culture over the years.
From Friday 17 to Sunday 26 August , subscribing to 4ZZZ will land you in the running to win some amazing prizes on top of the usual benefits, plus the warm inner glow of helping support independent and alternative Brisbane media for another year!
In huge news for musicians, this year's prize list includes three BIGSOUND Purple Passes thanks to ! Any band or solo artist who pays their subscription before August 30 will go in the running.
“50% of the stations operating revenue is raised in the next 10 days and (Radiothon) is vital for the station...it’s exciting but exhausting. It's really about communicating the value of community radio.”Grace Pashley
4ZZZ Station Manager
The station broadcasts 85 original programs on 102.1 as well as further offerings on its digital channel.
You can subscribe online, call the 4ZZZ phone team on 07 3252 1555 or head down to 264 Barry Parade (or find a merch stall at one of the many Radiothon events) to subscribe in person.
Click below to find out more and view the full list of prizes.
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