SYDNEY’S only gay internet radio station OX live has moved into its new home on the top floor of the iconic Stonewall Hotel on Oxford St.

The launch of the new pink VIP area took place on Wednesday night coinciding with the station founder Brooklyn Ross’s own birthday.

The DJ box and surrounding area have been temporarily transformed into a live studio area for the station to broadcast during the week and for simulated Friday and Saturday night broadcasts from the venue of the live DJ sets.

After speaking with the owners of Stonewall Hotel, who helped build the studio for the radio station, the Star Observer learnt that there will be future upgrades for a proper studio to take place soon – including a glassed-off booth area for live broadcast events.

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