How Australia’s biggest radio names fared in the 2024 Top Talent Report


A host of high profile radio names feature in the Australian Talent Index’s 2024 Top Talent Report, released today.

Kyle Sandilands was considered Australia’s most controversial broadcaster, followed by Alan Jones.

Radio and TV favourite Sam Pang topped the list as Australia’s most entertaining broadcaster.

KIIS FM radio host Mitch Churi, who recently shared his weight loss journey to shed 40kgs, was named most relatable.

Fox FM Breakfast host Fifi Box was dubbed the most likeable radio personality.

Overall, wildlife warrior and I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! host Robert Irwin took the gong as Australia’s most popular broadcast personality.

At just 20, Irwin is a relative newcomer to the Australian broadcast landscape, eclipsing previous winner Hamish Blake in his debut appearance on the list.

The Top Talent Report showcases the latest findings of the Australian Talent Index – a comprehensive talent measurement system that gauges consumers’ awareness, attitudes, and sentiments towards a range of Australian talent, including celebrities, actors, broadcasters, sports stars, and politicians.

A nationally representative sample of more than 7,000 Australians were surveyed by Lewers Research since the report’s inception, rating more than 400 personalities, and providing comments on how they felt about each one.

The Australian Talent Index is calculated by subtracting the proportion of people who disliked a personality from those who liked or loved them, giving each a score ranging from -100 (universally disliked) through to +100 (universally liked).

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