Coast (New Zealand radio)

Coast (New Zealand Radio)

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Coast is a New Zealand radio network owned by The Radio Network that plays middle of the road music with an emphasis on music from the fifties and sixties. A live breakfast show presented by Kim Adamson, along with programmes presented by Jacqui Taite and Rick Morin from Auckland studios are broadcast across the network's fifteen stations, except for a local breakfast breakout for Hawera.

Coast begins every hour with a four minute Newstalk ZB news and sports bulletin and a MetService weather update. The rest of the hour consists of music, comments from the presenter on the music being played and issues of the day, and up to three commercial breaks of no more than 60 seconds each. There are also Newstalk ZB business news bulletins at 06:30, 12:30 and 17:30 on weekdays.

During weekdays, the national weather report is read out by the previous hour's presenter, however in the weekends a 30-second localised forecast is aired, pre-recorded for each market from the Newstalk ZB Timesaver Traffic Center. Other stations of TRN also air these forecasts on their stations.

Coast should not be confused with Coast FM, which is an unrelated, independently owned and operated radio network, based in Westport on the West Coast of the South Island.

The head office and main studios of Coast are located on the corner of Cook & Nelson Streets in Auckland City, along with the other seven stations of The Radio Network.


Coast originally started in Hawkes Bay in 2002 as a local station. The...
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