Jonesy & Amanda to host national night show on Pure Gold Network

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WSFM Breakfast duo Jonesy & Amanda will now be heard at night across the Pure Gold Network of stations, with ARN announcing the launch of JAM Nation.

The new show with air weekdays from 6pm-7pm weeknights from June 9, on Sydney’s 101.7 WSFM, Melbourne’s GOLD104.3, Brisbane’s 4KQ, and Adelaide’s Cruise1323.

“Jonesy and Amanda have unquestionable chemistry, a genuine friendship and sense of humour that we know our Pure Gold audience loves,” said ARN national CD, Duncan Campbell.

“Their unique ability to balance humour and wit with personal and heart-felt stories that resonate and connect with listeners is what makes them some of Australia’s most loved radio talent with fans across the country. This new show is part of ARN’s ongoing strategy to remain the #1 national network by providing engaging content and entertainment for our audiences.”

Brendan ‘Jonesy’ Jones & Amanda Keller, who are are now in their 15th year on WSFM, have claimed the #1 FM Breakfast crown on multiple occasions and also won the ACRA for Best On Air Team in 2012, 2014 and 2019.

“It’s a huge privilege and a joy to be able to do our radio show every day to share laughs, silliness and the occasional teary blub with our fabulous audience, and I am really excited that we are being unleashed on the Pure Gold Network. Get ready everyone, it’s going to be fun!” said Keller

“The only thing that could be better than doing a radio show with Amanda every morning is knowing that our antics can now also be heard at night! I can’t wait to get on her nerves in front of an even bigger audience, it’s going to be a blast,” added Jones.

The launch of JAM Nation is the next step in ARN’s change to its nights programming across Pure Gold Network, airing before the recently launched Christian O’Connell Show At Night which airs from 7pm-8pm weeknights.

“This night show extends Jonesy and Amanda’s reach and strengthens ARN’s complete commercial offering for clients across our broadcast and digital assets on the Pure Gold Network,” added ARN chief commercial officer, Pete Whitehead.

“Jonesy and Amanda are loved by audiences and their ability to create engaging content for integrated campaigns that connects with their listeners and delivers results for clients make them an important part of ARN’s commercial strategy.”

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5 Jun 2020 - 3:25 pm

More cost savings aren’t they making enough money ?

Mike Stand
5 Jun 2020 - 8:00 pm

Richard, please explain how this is a cost saving. Nobody has lost a job as a result, and work has been created for people to make it.

Disco Stu
5 Jun 2020 - 8:57 pm

It’s called a ‘best of’ 1 hour show with a few fresh intros right?


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