On 11 May 2015 a new board was elected with wide ranging skills in music programming, project management, sales and marketing, fundraising, corporate management and governance. This team has the responsibility to bring the radio station, which has been operating for 16 years, into a digital age of multimedia broadcasting.
New premises, with street level reception and studios in a main street location (91 Fitzroy Street Grafton) have been refurbished, with on-air and recording studios and workstation support for its volunteer staff.
The station has re-branded its corporate image with the theme ‘Loving Life’.
FM1031 Loving Life, along with the symbol of ‘linked hearts’, signifies the heart-to-heart relationship between the station and the community.
In its service to the community, the station refocuses on issue of key importance to loving life in the Clarence Valley, such as reintroducing sports coverage and some old time favourites in the music programming.
There will be a range of new initiatives that demonstrate the basis of our growing relationship – with more emphasis on local content and local contributions from the sporting, social and service agencies represented in the Clarence Valley.
The photo at the top of this page features 103.1 Loving Life team members: Chair of program and technical committee Paul Ordish, technical director Willem Van der Heul, vice president Carol Ordish and president Ken Tucker.