About Us

With a focus on the Samoan Community, Radio Samoa FM 96.6 offers a wider range of programs to fulfil the need of our listeners and our community. Our Content on radio, web, and mobile encourages conversations and the sharing of ideas between Australians and the diverse people and cultures. Samoa FM has a rich history as a producer of content that is educational, informative and entertaining and that serves to expand horizons, shape opinions and broaden regional views on topical issues
Our content explains Australian culture and society and includes news and analysis and information about Australia. We have live news from Samoa, especially our local news, to update everyone of what’s going on at homeland. Our local news and current affairs content is provided from media websites being translated to the Samoan language and voiced from the local news team.

 

The Samoa FM 96.6, is the main gateway, to market any product or business to the Samoan Community. It’s the only Samoan Radio Station 24/7, servicing people of Samoa in Australia. Radio Samoa FM’s content is produced and specifically to our Samoan people who speak Samoan as well as in English language.

 

 

Radio Samoa FM Launched

The focus of the management of Samoa FM, is to expand this service throughout Australia, which was originally launched in Sydney, March 2013. Followed by Newcastle in December 19, 2015.

Founders

Ivan Sulusulumaivasa


Katie Sulusulumaivasa


Our Staff

  • Sulusulumaivasa Leituala Aiva ll & Katie Sulusulumaivasa
  • Faatili Tamausu Sanele Patolo
  • Suluape Petelo & Saofaiga Suluape
  • Taito Ioane & Viva Taito
  • Tanuvasa Pioiva Tanuvasa & Alosina Tanuvasa
  • Galumalemana Palepoa Toala Simiti & Faleono Galumalemana
  • Taefu Manava Lauvi & Mileta Taefu
  • Uialatea Faane’e Faamausili Collins
  • Taufaoa Aiono Moeimaugaosalafai’
  • Fu’a Mata ‘Aesu’a
  • Toalepai Patolo Sone Mariner & Sau Toalepai
  • Iliganoa Litia Savaiinaea
  • Salusiva Sherck
  • So’o Tauiliili Faamoana
  • Alofa Tu’ave Mataupu
  • Vaivase Aokuso
  • Filemu Filimoeatu
  • Tuilaepa Faiai Fetu & Maugamu Tuilaepa
  • Maposua & Anna Toailoa
  • Galumalemana Alapati Patu & Maevagaolelaufaumalu Galumalemana
  • Uisa Auava Tafale