Triple M and Hit Network's Moffey, Whitey, Jarrad Brooke, Jay, Tulles and Brittany Lee.
Triple M and Hit Network's Moffey, Whitey, Jarrad Brooke, Jay, Tulles and Brittany Lee. Leigh Jensen

Coffs radio stations shift to metro brandings

POPULAR local radio stations Star FM and 2CS FM have been rebranded and are now part of the largest radio networks in Australia.

Southern Cross Austereo unveiled the new names with Star FM now becoming HIT105.5 and 2CS FM becoming 106.3 Triple M.

The Hit Network is the largest radio network in Australia with over 43 stations all across the nation, while Triple M boasts a healthy 34.

Tulles from Hit105.5's Jay & Tulles said the station might have a new look but the content won't change.

"We're still the same with our local content, but it's a facelift for the station - change is good in that area.”

Triple M's Breakfast host Moffee said listeners can still expect the content they "love”.

"We'll still be playing the music people love that we've been playing forever, and the content will still be focused on the Coffs Coast.

"It gives us the opportunity, though, to hold competitions that are bigger.”

To celebrate, 106.3 Triple M is offering listeners $1,000 to upload a photo of themselves in front of the Big Banana with the hashtag #triplemcoffs, with entries closing on Monday.



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