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In this week’s episode of You’ve Gotta Start Somewhere with Rachel Corbett.
Hit92.9 is pushing the message that it’s OK for men to express their feelings and to ask for help.
Ronnie Stanton reflects on what the daily rituals of a Zen Monk can offer to those working in the radio industry.
Radio royalty Tony Martin has embraced his musical talent on Nova 100 breakfast.
A selection of handpicked gems from each episode of this year’s Rising Stars season.
Australia and New Zealand were the only countries outside the U.S. in which Pandora operated.
Geelong’s Patrick Dangerfield teams up with Aaron Habgood for Reel Adventures.
Jimmy Barnes and Ian Moss dropped by to cut the ribbon with KOFM’s Tanya & Steve.
“After two decades of working across SCA’s content, I’m excited to now be taking on a broader management role in Melbourne,” he said.
The longtime friends and comedy colleagues will host a national drive show in 2018.
- Revealed: 2017 National Community Radio Awards Finalists [Radio Today]
- YouTubers killed the radio star: Radio 1 boss admits struggle to find new DJ talent [The Telegraph UK]
- Abraham to leave ABC radio in Adelaide [The Australian]
- Music becoming a more popular artform for Aussies, Australia Council study finds [The Music Network]