|Broadcast area||Northern Beaches Sydney|
|Frequency||88.7 MHz FM and|
90.3 MHz FM
|Slogan||for the community, by the community|
|Owner||Manly-Warringah Media Co-operative Ltd|
Radio Northern Beaches Studio Location is 8-12 Yulong Road, Terrey Hills NSW. Located next to the Terrey Hills Community Centre. Telephone (02) 9451-4887.
Radio Northern Beaches (callsign 2MWM) is an Australian volunteer-based community radio station transmitting from studios located in the suburb of Terrey Hills serving the Northern Beaches area of Sydney.
It broadcasts on 88.7 MHz to the north of the peninsula, covering from Palm Beach on the coast, inland to Terrey Hills, in the west. The south of the peninsula is covered on 90.3 MHz including the suburbs of Manly, Balgowlah, Fairlight and Seaforth. The coverage area is shown in this coverage map.
Radio Northern Beaches is run by the Manly-Warringah Media Co-operative Ltd.
The Manly Warringah Media Co-operative Ltd is set up in the belief that individuals and groups within the community ought to have opportunity to speak to the community in the most effective way possible - radio, television, press and film.
The supply of those means in the hope that facilities offered will bring about a more effective and creative community life, break down prejudice and remove isolation where such isolation has negative results is a primary object of the co-operative. (Rule 13)
The mission of Radio Northern Beaches is to provide opportunities for individuals and groups within the Manly-Warringah-Pittwater area to make programs. As such, every program that goes to air is made by people from the local area. The co-op aims to encourage many broadcasting to many rather than few broadcasting to many.
Introductory training workshops are held regularly to introduce new members to the radio station.
All members of Radio Northern Beaches are volunteers.
- "coverage map" (PDF). Australian Communications and Media Authority. Retrieved 25 December 2017.
- "About RNB". Radio Northern Beaches. 2008. Retrieved 7 July 2008.
- "Who Can Make Programs?". www.rnb.org.au. Radio Northern Beaches. 2008. Retrieved 7 July 2008.
- "Why we exist". www.rnb.org.au. Radio Northern Beaches. Retrieved 25 December 2017.