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About Shack Radio
We are a Community Radio Station broadcasting out to the world from our studios in the small town of Morwell in Victoria, Australia. We are like many other radio stations around the world, we love the community we broadcast from, we love music and we aim to bring you a unique listening experience that other stations struggle or fail to bring to the table.
Shack Radio became a 24 hour radio station online playing Music from all generations keeping all the music other stations 'forget' . Playing a wide range of 50s and 60s, 70s and 80's and all the old school 90s and 2000s tunes, and at the same time giving the listener that 'traditional' 'nostalgic' way of listening to the radio with dedicated presenters and programming aiming to entertain.
Shack Radio is registered with APRA Amcos and is Licensed.
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What is APRA AMCOS?
APRA AMCOS is a music rights organisation representing over 103,000 members who are songwriters, composers and music publishers. We license organisations to play, perform, copy, record or make available our members’ music, and we distribute the royalties to our members.
We are affiliated with similar collecting societies around the world. So when Australian and New Zealand songs and compositions are performed overseas, Australian and New Zealand writers get paid. We also help music customers in Australia and New Zealand access music from the rest of the world.
We also advocate on behalf of music creators' rights and the Australasian music industry locally, nationally and internationally. Our Ambassador Program includes over 100 influential music creators from all genres and industry stakeholders such as music managers. They partner with us to promote the importance of music creators’ rights and our role in administering those rights to all levels of government, the media and the wider community. We also consult frequently with our Ambassadors to seek their input on issues affecting our members