If you want to get in touch for a talk with the audience topic you can call 1300 0555 36 or text 0439 75 7555.
How do you request on Triple J?
To make a song request, download or update the triple j app. From there, listeners are able to access the Requestival tool which allows them to nominate a song for the station to play. “We also want you to tell us WHY youre choosing those songs. Relive a memory, give a shout out, share a secret,” the station said.
What is the station number of Triple J?
105.7 MHz 1980s: National expansion. On 1 August 1980 2JJ began broadcasting on the FM band at a frequency of 105.7 MHz (again restricted to within the greater Sydney region) and became 2JJJ (later, Triple J).
How can I listen to triple j on my iPhone?
Get more music on your phone with the triple j app. Available on iPad, iPhone and Android™, its available to download from the App Store or Google Play Store. Download today to: - Flick between triple j, Double J and triple j Unearthed radio stations.
How long is triple j Unearthed?
To appear on the triple j Unearthed site you must submit at least one track. Once you submit your stuff it will appear in a pending state until we listen/look and approve it. This normally takes 1 week but may take a little longer in busy periods. Rest assured, well get your stuff up as soon as we can.
How many tracks can you upload to triple j Unearthed?
three tracks Once youve created your artist profile, you can upload up to three tracks, which will then be moderated by our Music Team. Processing usually takes three or four working days but in some cases can take up to a week or so. Please let us know if you need further assistance by contacting triple j Unearthed.
Who can upload to triple j Unearthed?
You can upload and share your tracks with fellow artists and music lovers by signing in and creating an artist page. triple j Unearthed also has a full time digital radio station playing the very best music from triplejunearthed.com.
Is triple j non commercial?
It gives rise to the fear that triple j, supposedly a national youth public radio network with a licence to support and unearth new Australian contemporary music, is simply a simulacrum of commercial FM stations, with a format and a music playlist not markedly dissimilar to national commercial networks such as Nova.