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Regional broadcasters are “frustrated” and “disappointed” by the inertia delaying changes to reach and ownership rules.
Known as the ‘godfather’ of Triple M Melbourne, Lee Simon has been with the station since the very beginning back in 1980.
Aiden Grant has been awarded the national prize for best Literature, Arts & Music podcast.
The newly rebranded Hit Dubbo (formerly Star FM) led the way in the region with 24.9 overall listenership.
Keating has signed up to host the breakfast show on UK-based Magic, along with Harriet Scott.
Secret sound winners on KIIS FM’s Sydney and Melbourne breaky shows on the same day was a sheer coincidence.
Radio Today has learned that Kingsley has decided to embark on a new venture and will start his own business.
Following the recently reported news that Simon Baggs is leaving Nova, the network has confirmed a replacement.
After almost 30 years, the pair reflects on their friendship, their partnership and making good radio with each other.
Nova 100’s team confirmed anchor Dean would be added to the line-up’s marketing.