Will & Woody syndicated across Super Radio Network 

Will & Woody KIIS

ARN has organised a program supply agreement with Super Radio Network, which will see Will & Woody syndicated to 16 additional radio stations across regional NSW, Queensland and the Northern Territory.

Super Radio Network’s Guy Ashford said Will & Woody’s “unique humour and banter will no doubt resonate with our audience.” 

The KIIS duo are known for their banter and already reach 1.62 million Australians each week via their daily drive show, broadcast across the KIIS Network and 19 regional stations.

Thanks to the new agreement, the KIIS Drive show will now also be heard from 5-7 on the following Super Radio Network stations: 

  • Sun FM Alice Springs
  • FM100.3 Armidale
  • B Rock FM Bathurst
  • Hill FM Broken Hill
  • Zoo FM Dubbo
  • FM104.7 Grafton
  • Triple G FM Gunnedah
  • Gem FM Inverell
  • ZZZ FM Lismore
  • NOW FM Moree
  • Real FM Mudgee
  • 95.5 ROK FM Parkes
  • 92.9 FM Tamworth
  • Max FM Taree
  • 4AK Toowoomba/Warwick/Darling Downs
  • Roccy FM Young

Will & Woody are excited to share their show with more Australians across the country.

“We’re just stoked to be able to get out of the studio in Melbourne and share a little piece of us with even more great Aussies. Will also has an ex-girlfriend in most regional towns so it’s great that they get to keep up to date with his life,” Woody Whitelaw said.

Co-host Will McMahon added: “It really puts a new perspective on being a National Drive Show and we couldn’t be more excited. Stay tuned for some real Aussie content coming your way!”

ARN’s Chief Executive Officer Ciaran Davis cites the opportunity for national brands as a key benefit of the strengthening partnership.

“We are excited to grow our partnership with the Super Radio Network with this new deal that extends the reach of Will & Woody to an even larger audience across regional areas and opens up further opportunities for our commercial clients,” Davis said.

ARN has represented the Super Radio Network commercially via The Radio Sales Network (TRSN) since it acquired Grant Broadcasters in January 2022.

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30 Jan 2023 - 3:55 pm

Was Talkin Sport on any of these networks?

Chuck Tuna
31 Jan 2023 - 11:42 am

Pity the SRN coundnt organise their own show

Carol Campbell
1 Feb 2023 - 11:20 am

So ARN offered Bill a cheaper price the Nova were prepared to?

For decades, SRN’s FM stations for the Northern Rivers, Clarence and Manning valleys and coasts managed local shifts from breakfast through to drive, often to 7pm in summer when the audience and clients were there.

5pm is too early to end local programming.

As for Chuck Tuna’s suggestion, perhaps they best concentrate on fixing their Newcastle FM breakfast show before worrying about drive, leave it to competent local staff in large regional markets.

1 Feb 2023 - 8:16 pm

Is Simon Mumford still consulting carallis? He is one of the best in the business. He knows what he is doing.

4 May 2023 - 4:34 pm

Thank you so much guys for having me on the radio today to share my story of my messy break up kind regards Melissa phelan


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