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  1. a radio station in Melbourne, Australia on 693kHz AM

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  2. has used numerous logos throughout its history

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  3. began transmission in February 1932 as Melbourne's fifth commercial radio station

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  4. 's original broadcast frequency was 1425kHz and changed to 1280kHz on 1 September 1935 as part of a national reshuffle of the radio broadcasting spectrum

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  5. has long been the top-rating radio station in Melbourne, although its Australian football coverage - once indomitable - has recently begun to lose its audience to the Dominant stylings of Triple M and has caused the station to fall to last in the foo

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