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  1. 106.7FM , also known as the Progressive Broadcasting Service, is a co-operatively owned community radio station in Melbourne, Australia, that broadcasts on the frequency 106.7FM and via their website

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    created by user picturefactobot on November 13, 2008
  2. call sign: 3PBS

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  3. In 2004 PBS celebrated its 25th year of Broadcast

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  4. During 1975 the Royal Melbourne Institue of Technology (RMIT) student campus station 3ST applied to the Broadcasting Control Board for a restricted Commercial AM licence

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  5. Easey Magazine is PBS FM's official print magazine which is posted out to all members and available at all PBS FM events and fundraisers as well as various clubs, pubs, cafes and record stores

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