#ICYMI – this week’s top 10 Radio Today stories

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10. Gemma Fordham: “RnB Fridays has become a phenomenon for us”

SCA’s the Hit Network has partnered with MTV to bring RnB Fridays to television screens.


9. Merrick Watts on the radio industry’s lack of mentoring programs

This week’s episode of “You’ve Gotta Start Somewhere” features Triple M Sydney’s Merrick Watts.


8. SCA Mackay readying for Tropical Cyclone Debbie

Natural disasters often bring out the best in a community, and radio is key to helping listeners in Mackay get through it.


7. Ten Questions with Barry Bissell

After hosting Take 40 Australia for 21 years, he remains one of the most recognisable voices and much-loved in the country.


6. Meet eight new radio talent gunning for your job in 2017

Radio Today takes a closer look at the young team behind student radio pop-up station RTI.


5. Anonymous Confessions: Radio veteran details shonky insider secrets

A “commercial radio veteran” has revealed all in a guest post on The New Daily.


4. Sarah Forster exits ARN as radio newsrooms dwindle

Award-winning journalist Sarah Forster has unexpectedly left WSFM as its breakfast news presenter for Jonesy & Amanda.


3. FM news in question after weekend gaffe on WSFM

WSFM Sydney’s 3pm news bulletin on Sunday was broadcast direct from the Brisbane newsroom – and it didn’t go unnoticed.


2. Scandilands: “2DayFM and Nova, you’re in my sights”

This week’s Media Watch episode got Sandilands on the offensive, and he was ready to lift the lid on some of his competitor’s tactics. 


“I’ve been going down the detective line,” says Sandilands

Kyle opened his little black book of secrets, unleashing a barrage of his competitor’s “dirty” tactics.


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