2UE’s 2015 Line up and Marketing Push
2UE has announced its 2015 line up, is launching a new outdoor campaign and will re-position itself from Monday.
Their new position line will be: Sydney’s original 2UE 954.
2UE celebrates its 90th birthday this year as Sydney’s first and original commercial radio station and they plan to saturate Sydney streets with back of bus ads.
Breakfast hosts John Stanley and Garry Linnell return to 2UE for their second year after proving to be a hit in 2014. One of 2UE’s most popular and long standing hosts Stuart Bocking returns to Mornings, while Angela Catterns returns for her second year in the Afternoons timeslot, as does Justin Smith on Drive.
2UE’s Nights program will see Walter Williams networked from Farifax's 4BC. Walter is replacing Clive Robertson who decided not to return to the shift for 2015.
Fairfax Radio Network’s national Content Director Clark Forbes said: “We are looking forward to 2UE’s announcers growing their audiences in 2015. We’ll be welcoming veteran broadcaster Walter Williams into the Nights timeslot, as we farewell Clive Robertson. I'd like to thank Clive, who is truly a legend of the industry, for his great service to FRN and 2UE and wish him all the best for the future.”
John Gibbs will continue to host Sports Today and Luke Bona remains on Overnights. 2UE’s dominant weekend team, which features Sydney’s number one Mornings show, George and Paul, and Tim Webster on afternoons .
“We are looking forward to 2015 being another year of growth for 2UE as we further establish our strong line up of presenters across the day,” 2UE General Manager Chris Parker said.
“This year we will celebrate 2UE’s 90th birthday with a host of events and content initiatives and celebrations to ensure our position as Sydney’s original commercial radio station is recognised in fitting style.”