Address: 450 Roberts Road, Subiaco WA 6008
Phone: (08) 9382 0929
hit92.9 is Perth’s freshest radio station! Home to the biggest hits, old school tunes and of course, the popular RnB Fridays! hit92.9 is the hit you need with the hottest prizes and best experiences going round.
From 6am waking you up, it’s the crazy antics of Heidi Will and Woody and getting you home in the arvo’s from 4pm, it’s Australia’s favourite comedy duo Hamish and Andy.
Suite 73/102 Railway Parade, City West Business Centre, West Perth, WA 6005
Phone: (08) 9213 2888
Fax: (08) 9213 2882
Hittin’ the town since 1985, Bringing to you, the little something something that makes you a young deviant of Perth Western Australia!
Local n’ Loving It! Supporting Local, National and International Artists
A: 65 Ferguson St, Maylands WA
P: (08) 9371 9877
F: (08) 9370 4205
OUTinPerth is a free monthly newspaper focusing on diversity in sexuality and gender. You can find OUTinPerth at over 200 locations in Western Australia. Alongside our print publication we also publish stories online and through our social network platforms.
We cover a wide range of issues including local, national and international news, information about community groups and events, and the latest night life news.
Each month we talk to the most interesting people in the fields of politics, fashion, music and the arts. In OUTinPerth you’ll find conversations with everyone from the person down the street to superstars on the international stage.
OUTinPerth is proud to be involved in the community and supports a wide range of community groups and arts organisations including Pride WA, Perth Theatre Company and RTRFM.
34 Stirling Street Perth WA 6000
T: (08) 9326 9000
F: (08) 9325 3360
The Sunday Times is a newspaper that has met the needs and aspirations of West Australians for over 100 years.
From in-depth local coverage to the breaking national and international news and sport, The Sunday Times provides the people of Western Australia with a captivating, informative read on the day they are most receptive.
The Sunday Times also provides the complete lifestyle read with STM defining life and style in WA, STe – WA’s one-stop location for all things entertainment, HOME, tvguide, body+soul, ReadersMART, Carsguide, Weekend Property and ESCAPE.
It’s all wrapped up in The Sunday Times.
1/205-207 Bulwer St, Perth 6000
Tel 08 9228 9655
Fax 08 9228 8544
The Drum Media entered the Perth landscape with a view to bring the ethos of its iconic East Coast brothers to the vibrant music scene that had developed in Perth.
In a short time The Drum Media has cemented itself as a must-read for all of Perth’s Gen Y. The Drum Media’s enlightening and entertaining insight into the world of music, film and art has earned a reputation that ranks it alongside international benchmarks. Think the UK’s NME crossed with New York’s Village Voice with an entertainingly Australian irreverence. For past 18 months, The Drum Media has been covering every inch of the entertainment scene, profi ling international performers and events and, most importantly, fostering Australian art and artists. The Drum Media has also proved a fertile breeding ground for dynamic new journalism, design and has launched the careers of many music industry luminaries.
Published and read by over 80,000 people weekly, The Drum Media is distributed to over 800 carefully targeted pubs, clubs, cafes and stores throughout greater Perth. With a primary focus on the 17-35 demographic, The Drum Media specialises in contemporary popular music – rock, punk, metal, blues and roots as well as a comprehensive coverage of arts, theatre and culture. There’s also Members Only, the bible for what’s happening in the Perth dance scene. In-depth features, profiles and reviews by some of the country’s leading journalists, specialist columns and an exhaustive gig guide make for essential weekly reading for Perth’s youth.
Check us out, we’re 92.1 on the FM band.
RTRFM is a community radio station based in Perth, the capital city of Western Australia and we broadcast to most of the wider metropolitan area.
Home to 50 different programs, ranging from specialist talks programs dealing with one area of interest, such as the environment, to music-based programs dealing with everything as varied as music of the 1930s, to avant-garde compositions. These programs are presented by over 200 volunteers and supported by 10 staff members, all with a passion for what they do and specialist knowledge in their area.
This has helped make us Perth’s most diverse and progressive broadcaster.
The range of sounds and voices heard on the station is reflective of our role as a community radio station – giving an outlet to people in the community who might not otherwise have access to broadcasting. That means we broadcast music and information that cannot be found anywhere else, making us The Sound Alternative.
But we don’t just reflect the community by giving its members a voice, we are also funded by the community. Through subscriptions, sponsorship, and by coming to our gigs, it’s you that keeps us on air.
That makes us a truly independent media outlet, not beholden to any financier or interest group in deciding what is broadcast. We are financed by the community and cater to our community.
What’s more, we broadcast live from our studios 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Plus, we were the first FM radio station in Perth, established in 1977.