Kyle Sandilands remains the most controversial broadcaster
The Australian Talent Index has voted Kyle Sandilands as the most controversial Australian Broadcasting Talent – closely followed by Alan Jones in second place.
The Index is made up of the four categories, Most Popular, Most Known, Most trusted and Most Controversial.
The most controversial column featured some other contentious characters like, Andrew Bolt, John Laws, Peta Credlin and Sandilands’ KIIS co-host Jackie O.
Sandilands broke the news of ARN’s acquisition of Grant Broadcasters on the KIIS breakfast show last week, and talked on air about doing a tour of all the Grant Broadcasters regional radio stations “like the Queen,” which was the first time some employees of Grant Broadcasters had heard about the acquisition by ARN, according to comments posted here on Radio Today.
On the opposite end of the spectrum of the Australian Talent Index as the most popular was Sam Pang in the top spot, followed by Hamish Blake, Dr Chris Brown and Georgie Parker.
Andy Lee ranked a few behind Hamish Blake at 6th most popular, while Andy surpassed Hamish in the most trustworthy column at 6th, and Hamish just behind at 8th.
The most trustworthy broadcaster is Graham Ross and the most well known is pop musician Guy Sebastian.
See the full list at TalentCorp.