Austereo’s Triple M is launching digital radio station, High Voltage Radio, featuring songs and content dedicated to Australian rock band AC/DC.
It will go to air for four weeks until the end of AC/DC’s national tour and will be broadcast on DAB+ and the Triple M website.
AC/DC songs featured will include their big hits, lesser known tracks, live versions and archived Triple M interviews.
The announcement follows Austereo’s acquisition of more digital radio spectrum in November.
Last year, Austereo launched Pink Radio, a digital radio station dedicated to US singer Pink which went to air for three months to coincide with her tour.
However, the launch was briefly marred by a disagreement with Pink’s record label Sony Music and her management who argued that Austereo had not sought their approval to use Pink as the subject of its digital station.