Vision Network marks 50 000 Hours

The Vision Radio Network has notched up 50 000 hours on air.

The national Christian radio network first went to air in February 1999, broadcasting on one frequency to just one town – Beaudesert, Queensland.

Today, it can be heard in almost 200 communities across Australia, with 49 relay stations in Western Australia; 14 in South Australia; 13 in Victoria; three in Northern Territory; 31 in NSW and 79 in Queensland.

Vision is also heard by people around the world via the internet:

A non-denominational, non-profit network, Vision is owned and operated by UCB Australia (United Christian Broadcasters). Each of its relay stations receives Vision’s family friendly programming mix of about 65% music and 35% talk, 24 hours a day, seven days a week from its broadcast operations centre in Brisbane.