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Metro Survey 1 – 2012
The metropolitan surveys are out this morning. As we have noted in our article earlier this week, we don't believe over-analysing any one survey, particularly the first one of the year, ...
Uniqueness beats ‘better’
The Ten Network launched their new Breakfast show today, bringing it forward by four days due to the leadership issues in the Labor party. No doubt that there will be programming executives at ...
Sams back for the footy
After being dropped from Triple M Melbourne's football commentary team under controversial circumstances a few years ago, and following his public resignation from MTR a month ago, Triple M ...
New Zealand radio awards
If you are a reader who works in New Zealand radio, and we are seeing quite a signficant amount of traffic from New Zealand – firstly welcome to Radio Today, we would encourage you to ...
SCA senior management changes
Southern Cross Austereo have this afternoon announced Jeremy Simpson as Sydney General Manager with responsibility for 2Day FM and Triple M. He has most recently been SCA's National Sales ...
3AW celebrates
Powerhouse Melbourne talk station 3AW today turns 80, having launched on 22 February 1932. It remains the only AM station in Melbourne to retain it's original call-sign, which came from the ...
‘Where are the Chicks?’
We appreciate all the comments that have been coming in on Radio Today, and encourage you to share your views on our content – even if you have an alternate perspective. We have ...
Battle of the sports shows
An intriguing tussle will recommence, with a slight twist, next Monday 27 February in Adelaide. With the new Triple M national drive show commencing that day, Triple M have moved their sports ...
Knowledge is power
The Radio Today 'airplay' menu item (above) contains the most comprehensive and up to date data on music airplay and advertiser airplay in Australian radio courtesy of our friends at ...
Radio people make Top 50
The Australian has today released its list of the most influential people in the Australian media in 2012, and there are seventeen people named in the list who are either directly involved in the ...
Breakfast Radio all over Television
For some time the radio industry has argued that the viewing audiences for breakfast television shows are very small by comparison with breakfast radio shows, however it has largely been a point ...
MTR squeezes MRN’s profits
The Macquarie Radio Network  has released it half-year results for the 6 months ending 31 December 2011, and if you are a shareholder it is a tough read. Whilst MRN have booked a revenue ...