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April 2014 News

New Voice FM dedicated to families

  • Written by  Voice FM

On March 24, Toowoomba’s 92.9 Voice FM officially relaunched as a radio station dedicated to the family.

The ‘new’ Voice FM will be committed to presenting music and content that is fresh and current, but also suitable for all ages.

“It’s disappointing when radio stations broadcast music or conversations that are heavy in sexual references, coarse language or that have negative undertones,“ said Voice FM General Manager Damien Johnson.

“Toowoomba is Queensland’s most family friendly city, and mum’s and dad’s should be able to drive around town with the radio on, without worrying that children in the backseat will be exposed to content that is inappropriate or offensive.”

92.9 Voice FM is a community-run radio station, set up by Toowoomba Christian Broadcasters Inc. and has been running for close to 20 years.

The station will also seek to support families in Toowoomba by promoting and partnering with the many great services and programs offered by local Church and community groups that encourage the development of strong, healthy family relationships.

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