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The boys opened up about “the shit” they’ve dealt with since taking over the national show.
In a thrilling showdown at the annual Iron Imager competition, Aussie Brad Leask captured the title of World’s Best Imager.
Marshall brought her brand of candid, relatable and unscripted content to the Rising Stars podcast with Craig Bruce.
The company has officially changed its name to HT&E – Here, There & Everywhere.
Channel Seven’s new comedy panel show Behave Yourself! will not feature Dave “Hughesy” Hughes after he was dropped.
The book delivered compelling results, revealing almost 80% of New Zealanders 10+ listen to commercial radio each week.
Seacrest has reportedly signed a three-year $73 million with iHeartRadio, enabling him to juggle his TV and radio gigs simultaneously.
After a lengthy battle, the Turnbull Government is readying to abolish broadcast licence fees.
He departed Hit105 earlier this year, and is now one of the top young radio talents in the country.
Ash spoke with Craig Bruce in the first Rising Stars episode.
- Lawrence Mooney on his post-rock bottom tipping point [Radio Today]
- Why Ryan wants to thank his birth mother [News Limited]
- Mark Greasley back at 4BU on breakfast [Radio Today]