How to turn on the radio while driving
Channel 10 Melbourne’s new station is getting some serious play as an alternative to traditional radio stations.
The station, called Channel 10, is being rolled out across the state and will launch in the city of Brisbane.
It is part of the City of Brisbane’s $200 million “Smart City” initiative.
It will also offer online streaming services such as Spotify, Vimeo, YouTube, and SoundCloud.
Listeners will be able to access their favourite radio stations using the new app.
A spokesperson for Channel 10 said it had been designed to provide people with an alternative way to listen to the radio, with stations such as AM and FM on local radio, a playlist of current events, and other digital options.
Listen to Channel 10: The new station.
Read more about the project on Channel 10’s website.
The launch of Channel 10 comes as the government tries to introduce a new national radio listening policy.
The Government’s new policy would create a national listening standard to ensure that radio stations are provided with adequate facilities and that they have adequate staff, so they can serve listeners in Australia.
This means the new standard is likely to include a more stringent requirement that stations are designed to listen for more than 30 hours per week.
The new national standard is also expected to include requirements for stations to have a 24-hour listening service and a 30-hour peak listening service.
The state’s new listening standard is expected to be announced on Monday.
Radio listeners will be allowed to switch on the station for a few hours every day.
Listen on Channel Ten’s new website.
Listen live on Channel 11, Channel 12, or Channel 14.
Channel 10 will also be available on Google Play, Apple Music, and Spotify.
This will come as a welcome addition to the city’s existing radio stations, which have long been restricted to local radio.
Channel 11 is one of the best-known radio stations in Melbourne.
It broadcasts live to nearly two million people a week, and has been in operation for 40 years.
Listen online on Channel 12 or on Channel 14, and listen to Channel 11.
Channel 14 is another popular station, and it broadcasts live on a daily basis to more than one million listeners.
It’s also the flagship station in the central Melbourne area, and is one station of many that will be offered online.
Listen for free on Channel 8, Channel 11 or Channel 12.