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As part of their 40th year celebrations Triple R will open its doors on Saturday 30th July from 10am till 4pm.
Announcers and staff will be on hand to show you through the six studios, record and CD libraries, the office and meeting spaces.
In its 40th year, Triple R continues to shape and inspire the culture of Melbourne. Since its inception as an educational broadcaster in 1976, Triple R has become one of Australia’s best known community radio station with almost 15,000 subscribers and over 440,000 weekly listeners.
The building houses the activities of the station’s 800 volunteers and 30 staff. It encompasses six studios, a 150-person live performance space, an office, meeting spaces and amenities.
The building is a former lingerie factory that was converted to its current use in 2005.
The station runs 24 hours a day, producing all content live on site and delivering to services that include 102.7FM, 3RRR-Digital, rrr.org.au, a live online stream, radio on demand, podcasts, and near weekly station events.
All of the station’s broadcasters, aside from the Breakfasters, are volunteers.
Triple R is a not for profit organisation and its operations are independently funded via annual listener subscriptions, donations and sponsorship.