Changes at SYN and the end of SYN Nation

From Monday April 22nd, SYN will present one consistent program of young voices across SYN 90.7FM and SYN’s DAB+ digital radio channel meaning all of SYN’s radio programs will be broadcast on both channels, FM and digital, at the same time.

While the SYN Nation DAB+ channel will no longer exist, the station remains committed to the SYN Nation Project with all the programs that currently broadcast on SYN Nation to continue on the new channel.
Syn will continue to broadcast content from partners, including Wangki RadioGippsland FM2BOB Radio TareeRadio FremantleWoroni RadioMinds In TuneMurdoch University and most recently 6WR in Kununurra.

Talking about the change, SYN’s General Manager, Campbell McNolty says, “SYN exists to train and empower young media makers and we will always ensure that young people have the space they need to learn and grow at SYN. The change of format will create a fuller, more engaging listening experience. This is better for our presenters and our audience. Most importantly, any young person who wants to join will find a place at SYN. We will always ensure there is room for new voices, new ideas and a truly diverse group of young people who want to be creative.”

From Monday April 22nd, the ‘SYN Nation’ channel on DAB+ radio will no longer play. Search for ‘SYN’ instead.




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