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2018 Hobart GfK Radio Ratings

ABC Radio Hobart rated No 1 in the latest GfK Hobart radio survey with a share of 20.4% (+2.4).  They were just ahead of 7HOFM with 19.0 (+1.3), then came Hit 100.9 with 16.4%.  triple j had a share of 15.1 % then Triple M Hobart with 13.5% (-3.4).  Full details.

Performers, Hosts & Presenters for Radio Awards
Australian performers Conrad Sewell, Amy Shark, Vera Blue and Cyrus will headline the entertainment at the 30th annual Australian Commercial Radio Awards (the ACRAs) in Melbourne on Saturday. The artists will perform in front of 1,000 guests at radio’s night of nights, with satirical comedy stars Chris Taylor and Andrew Hansen from The Chaser hosting the event for the third year in a row. Full details,

Shane Lowe Returns To Perth

Shane Lowe has made the decision to leave Nova 919’s Lewis & Lowe with Hayley Pearson breakfast show. Lowe made the decision to leave the show and return to Perth to spend more time with "his mum, nephews and the rest of my family.”. Jarrod Walsh, Nova 919’s morning announcer, will join Dylan Lewis and Hayley Pearson as anchor of the breakfast show beginning Monday 15 October.

The Campus now Random 30

Grant Broadcasters ACRA nominated night show, The Campus, is getting a fresh coat of paint and from Monday becomes the Random 30. Broadcast on 18 radio stations Australia-wide across the Grant Broadcasters network, Random 30 will be a countdown of the biggest songs of the day in no particular order hosted by Mikey Nielsen. More details.

Gold Coast/Tweed Radio Survey 3 Ratings

Hot Tomato has rated No 1 in the latest GfK Gold Coast/Tweed ratings with a 15.3% share (-0.3). Gold FM came second with 14.1% (+2.2) followed by sister SCA station SEA FM with 10.7 (-0.9).  Next came triple j with 9.5%.  Gold FM rated No 1 in breakfast with a rise of 3.%.  Hot Tomato was No 1 in morning, afternoon and drive. Full details.

Gosford Survey Results 2018

Star 104.5 was the top rating station (station listened to most 10+) in the 2018 Gosford survey - but only by a whisker.  Star 104.5 had a share of 16.7% with SEA FM on 16.6%.  Next came 2GO with 10.8%.  SEA FM rated No 1 in breakfast.  Full results.

Sam's Long Service Leave

Sam Cavanagh, Triple M’s National Drive show producer, is taking a few months long service leave. He will return in 2019. Whitney Plowman has taken his place on Kennedy Molloy and Gill Goode will back fill her role on the Rush Hour.

Radio Alive 2018 Full Conference Program

Todd Sampson, former CEO and chair of ad agency Leo Burnett, ABC News Breakfast co-presenter Virginia Trioli and premier Australian and international podcasters, feature in the radio industry’s Radio Alive 2018 conference program. Full details.

Alo Baker returns home to join Dubbo’s Hit Brekky with Pippa
Local boy Alo Baker has made the return to his roots taking on a new journey as co-host with Pippa on Dubbo’s Hit93.5 breakfast show. More details.

Macquarie Weekly

Macquarie Weekly is  a new program that looks at the news of the week gone by and the week to come, through the eyes and ears of the Macquarie Media Network. It's hosted by Justin Smith drawing on the talent and resources of 2GB Sydney, 3AW Melbourne, 4BC Brisbane, 6PR Perth and Macquarie Sports Radio.

GfK Metro Survey 6/2018

Talk stations 2GB and 3AW continue as the top rating stations in Sydney and Melbourne. 2GB had a 15.4% (+1.3) share, 3AW 13.5% (+0.3).  In Adelaide, Mix 102.3 rated No 1 with 13.6% (-1.5), Nova 106.9 returned to the top in Brisbane with 12.6% (+1.2), whilst in Perth, Mix 94.5 remains the No 1 station with 14.1% (+0.4).  Full details.

Top Rating DAB+ Stations - Survey 6

In Sydney - Edge Digital, Melbourne - Old Skool Hits, Brisbane - The '80s iheart radio, Adelaide - The '90s iheart radio and in Perth - Smooth. Full details.

Pottsy and Leighton Sign Off the Riverina’s 1152 Triple M

After 18 years together in the Riverina and 25 together overall, Pottsy and Leighton have signed off on Riverina’s 1152 Triple M. They moved to Wagga in 2000 working at Star FM for 13 years before moving to 2WG, now Triple M. Leighton has decided to retire from breakfast radio and focus on leisurely bike rides, cruising the seas around Australia. His decision led Pottsy to also decide to move out of breakfast radio after over 35 years of 4am alarms. He is looking forward to an expanded role as Content Director of both SCA Wagga and Griffith. The show has been taken over by Danielle Jerrick and Leigh Ryan .

Vale Ron Casey

Former Sydney radio talk back host and Channel Nine sports television presenter Ron Casey has died at 89. He passed away at Sydney’s Royal North Shore Hospital. Casey was well-known for his work with the Wide World of Sports program along with  his co-presenter Frank Hyde. He also hosted talkback programs on radio stations 2GB, 2SM and 2KY. More details.

New President at Logan's 101FM

Former 4KQ and 97.3FM General Manager, Peter Verhoeven has been appointed President of Logan Radio Inc. at its AGM replacing radio stalwart Alan Casonati who sought not to renominate after his very successful four year term. Casonati will continue at 101FM in a sales management role and as a casual on air presenter. Full story.

Rowan Barker On Smooth FM

Rowan Barker, former 2GB Sydney newsreader and editor, can now be heard presenting news on Smooth FM. He also keeps busy as a voice over artist and event host.

Clare Todhunter Moves To Sydney

Clare Todhunter, KIIS 101.1 breakfast newsreader, is moving to ARN's Sydney newsroom.  She will be replaced by Sacha Barbour from ARN Sydney.  Sacha makes the move to Melbourne from October 1.

New CD at Logan's 101FM

Paul Barrett has resigned his position as Content Director at community station Logan's 101 FM.  He has made this decision due to personal reasons (a family illness).  However he will continue to be heard 5 days a week on breakfast. Graham Tienan, ex 4LM/4TO, 4MB & 4AM is the Content Director effective immediately.

Peter Bell exits ABC Radio Perth

Former Dockers captain Peter Bell has quit his role as breakfast presenter at ABC Radio Perth and has been named the new general manager of football at Fremantle. Full story.

Canberra GfK Survey 3/2018

It was a very tight result In today's Canberra radio ratings. In survey 3, ABC Canberra was the top rating station with 15.3% (+1.7).  It was a tie for 2nd place with Hit 104.7 and Mix 106.3 both on 14.3%.  Next came 2RN with 12.2% (+2.6).  2CA had a 6.6% share with 2CC on 4.3%. ABC Canberra was No 1 in breakfast. Full details.

Billy Pinnell: The Music Show

The man that captured radio listeners through his Sunday night EON FM (now Triple M) Album Show, returns to give music enthusiasts an extension of his regular and familiar voice.  Since 2016, Billy Pinnell has been busy putting up music podcasts regularly on iTunes via Billy Pinnell: The Music Show, consisting of some of the most eclectic music currently available. Full details.

Bundaberg Xtra Insights Survey 2018

Hitz 93.9 rated No 1 in the latest Bundaberg survey with a share of 25.7% (-2.9%). They were followed by Triple M with 23.2% (+4.1), next came ABC Wide Bay with 14.6% and then 4BU with 14.5%.  Full details.

ABC Managing Director Leaving

The ABC Board today announced the Managing Director would be leaving the organisation and recruitment for a successor would begin. The Government thanks Michelle Guthrie and acknowledges her service as Managing Director of the ABC for the past two and a half years in what is a challenging and rapidly changing media environment. ABC Managing Directors are appointed by the Board. The ABC Board has legislated independence in relation to management appointments and the Government respects the duty and role of the Board in these matters. More news.

Dan Teams With Erica On Light FM

Dan Widdowson will join Erica Davis on Light FM Melbourne drive beginning on October 8.  Erica and Dan will be heard weekdays from 3-6pm.

NZ veteran broadcaster Merv Smith Dies

Legendary NZ radio broadcaster Merv Smith has died at the age of 85. Newstalk ZB reports Smith dominated breakfast airwaves at 1ZB from 1961 until Paul Holmes started the Newstalk format in 1987. He held the number one slot for radio breakfast ratings for almost 30 years. After he retired from radio he followed his passion of trains, and ran Merv Smith Hobbies in Newmarket.

Triple M Legend Lee Simon Announces Retirement

Lee Simon today has announced his retirement after an extraordinary 47 years of service to the Australian radio industry. Lee, the founding program director of Australia’s first commercial FM station, EON FM – later to become Triple M – shared the news with Triple M’s Hot Breakfast this morning. After a heartfelt introduction from Eddie McGuire, who got his start in media thanks to Lee, there followed a touching tribute. More details.

ABC radio host Jon Faine retiring

In an interview with Shaun Micallef, ABC Melbourne morning host Jon Faine announced he wasn’t leaving radio this year, “but next year, there is a scoop for you”. The ABC later said on social media the on-air resignation was Faine having a “joke". There is also a leaked email, allegedly written by Faine that says: “I was offered another two-year contract with ABC Radio in January 2018 - I also advised management that it will be my last."  Full story from Herald Sun.

mix94.5's Dead Set Legends take over Breakfast

With The Big Breakfast with Clairsy, Matt & Kymba going on a break, The Dead Set Legends will be taking over the airwaves from Tuesday 25th – Friday 28th September. Kicking off after the Queen’s Birthday next week, mix94.5 listeners can tune in to Adrian Barich, Tania Armstrong and Lachy Reid from 6am – 9am. The Big Breakfast returns Monday 1st October.

 Triple M/Gold FM Local 'Rush Hour' Axed

Luke Bradnam is hunting for a new gig after the axing of his local afternoon show, understood to be a cost-cutting move. The former top Hot Tomato host jumped ship to Triple M to spearhead the new ‘Luke Bradnam Show with Libby Trickett and Dobbo’ in February last year. His 3-6pm Rush Hour show – broadcast across Brisbane and the Gold Coast – will be replaced by Triple M’s national drivetime show Kennedy Molloy. Co-host and Olympic swimming champion Libby Trickett resigned from the show two months ago to pursue teaching. Margaux Parker took her place. Source: Gold Coast Bulletin.

Boom Radio Returns to Perth Royal Show
Boom Radio, North Metropolitan TAFE’s student-operated station, is broadcasting live from the IGA Perth Royal Show for their sixth year. The annual event runs from September 22nd to 29th at Claremont Showgrounds, Boom Radio will be conducting a week long live outdoor broadcast. More details.

Nikki & de Mello: The Coast’s New Breakfast Team

The Coast’s brekky team 'Gunners and Ali' are moving on and that may leave some of you wondering, who will be next to warm the brekky seats for 97.3 Coast FM?  The new brekky duo will be Nikki and de Mello. Nikki Parkinson has been a part of the station line-up for some time and she will team with well known Perth radio identity Darren de Mello. More details.

Rebecca Morse and Andrew Costello join Adelaide’s hit107

Mornings in Adelaide are changing in 2019, with a fresh look Breakfast show Bec and Cosi set to wake up the city each weekday morning from 6am – 9am on hit107. Full story.

Hey Siri, play my favourite radio station

The Australian radio industry’s RadioApp has been updated to support Apple’s new Siri Shortcuts feature, meaning listeners can now ask the virtual assistant to start playing their favourite radio station using voice command. Full story.

ARN's iHeartRadio Celebrates Five Years

ARN’s iHeartRadio Australia is today celebrating five years.To mark the milestone iHeartRadio Australia has created a 5th birthday playlist with a pop-up station of favourite party bangers which can be heard here. Full story.


ABC Radio breakfast has crashed to a 40-year low.

Since ABC Radio Melbourne axed Red Symons, replacing him with Jacinta Parsons and Sami Shah in January, the station’s total audience share has dropped to 8 per cent – its worst result since 1989. Full story from The Age.

Radio stars and Amazon at Radio Alive 2018 conference

Kate Langbroek from the Hit Network’s Hughesy and Kate show, Nova presenter Kate Ritchie, 2GB’s Ben Fordham and Will McMahon from the Will and Woody national drive show on the KIIS Network will discuss the secrets to drive time success at the commercial radio industry’s annual national conference next month. Amazon Alexa Skill’s Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand, Kate Burleigh, (pictured) will also provide a keynote address at the Radio Alive 2018 conference on the future of voice technology and the implications for consumers and brands. Full details.

New Breakfast on hit99.5 Sunraysia

The first few weeks of Sunraysia’s newest breakfast show are officially over, with Michael “Billows” Billings being joined by former Darwin Hot100 Announcer Amy Hegedus on hit99.5. Both are Radio Training Institute alum and have around 10 years of on air experience under their belts. More details.

Albany Radio Troubles

Members of Albany Community Radio who want the current operators taken off-air will have the chance to make that happen in two months. Radio station management announced it would hold an annual meeting on November 24, when all management positions will be put up for vote.This came a day after the State Administrative Tribunal refused to hold a hearing to declare who should lead the organisation because it was not a legal matter. In-fighting over decisions made by management has been ongoing for several years. It boiled over into two police visits to the station on August 9 and August 14 due to angry protests at the North Road station after management refused to step down following a members’ vote of 47-4 for them to do so. (Source: West Australian)

Triple J breakfast hosts in trouble

Triple J breakfast hosts Ben Harvey and Liam Stapleton have revealed they were hauled into their boss’s office for a long meeting when their show finished yesterday, The pair were pulled off air on Wednesday morning after a prank call to their new radio boss was poorly received. Full story.

Lauren Hilbert Leaves 3AW

After 7 years at 3AW and 12 years as a journalist, Lauren Hilbert is leaving. She tweeted: "For those curious, my next adventure is at VicRoads!"

John Blackman Out Of Intensive Care

A progress report on John Blackman. He is out of intensive care after 11 days. Blackman recently underwent major surgery to remove his jawbone following an aggressive form of skin cancer, known as basal-cell carcinoma. Peter Ford told 6PR he had spoken with Blackman’s wife Cecile. “He still cannot speak, noises come out and sounds come out but you can’t understand anything he’s saying. But he is with it. He’s listening to the radio and she is reading him cards and messages,” he said. “It’s a long road ahead. He’s now in a high care ward, before he then will go into a normal ward and then home for many months of recuperation and recovery.”

Gunners and Ali WAVE hello to new FM station

Mandurah’s number one breakfast duo, Gunners and Ali, will have a new home next month, joining the line-up of Australia’s latest FM station, 91.7 The Wave. More details.

Alan Jones defamed Wagner family

2GB has stated it is disappointed by the decision today of the Supreme Court of Queensland. The decision follows a hard-fought legal battle between 2GB and the Queensland-based Wagner brothers, following a series of broadcasts on the Alan Jones Breakfast Show concerning the Grantham floods and the Toowoomba airport. 2GB, 4BC and Mr Jones will be considering carefully their appeal options. As injunctions now restrain them, nothing further can be said at this time. Alan Jones AO said in relation to the decision: “I need to read the entire judgment very carefully. I do feel that I have somehow let down the people of the Lockyer Valley who sought my assistance. As the judge found in this case, I sought to ventilate concerns expressed to me by those people. I am restrained in what I can say because I am now subject to injunctions and will be making no further comment.” ABC News report.

Horsham 2018 Xtra Insights Survey

MIXX FM Horsham was the top rating station in the latest Xtra Insights 2018 ratings. MIXX FM had a share of 32.0 (-3.3), next came sister ACE station 3WM with 27.8 (+4.6). ABC Western was in third place with 19.3 (-6.3).  Full details.

Hamilton 2018 Xtra Insights Survey

MIXX FM Hamilton was the top rating station in the latest Xtra Insights 2018 ratings. MIXX FM had a share of 32.5 (-1.5), next came sister ACE station 3HA with 22.8 (+2.8). ABC South West was in third place with 10.3 (-1.4).  Full details.

Vale Kevin Knapp (1932-2018)

Country music pioneer Kevin Knapp has died aged 86. He was one of the small group at 2TM who, in the late 60s and early 70s, created Tamworth’s national reputation as Australia’s Country Music Capital. Looking for a career in broadcasting, he first became a panel operator with 2CH and later in the early 50s he found a place as a radio announcer with 2LM, Lismore. Full story.

CRA Launches New Audio Logo
The commercial radio industry has launched a new audio logo for its Radio Alive campaign as it urged brands to develop a clear audio strategy to better connect with customers in the new media environment. Joan Warner, the chief executive officer of peak industry body Commercial Radio Australia, said the importance of audio was highlighted by growing audiences for radio and the increasing popularity of podcasts and voice activated speakers. Click here to listen to new ads.  More details.

Derek Bargwanna's Tragic Loss

Jackie O broke down on air at KIIS as she announced the death of her boss’s four-year-old son. She was audibly emotional as she spoke about the sad passing of Derek Bargwanna’s son. “I’m sorry if on days we’ve been a little flat- our boss, DB, who we’re extremely close with … He’s a dad now and just a little while ago his four-year-old son, Tate, died in his sleep and it was completely unexpected and we don’t know why.” Kyle was off sick as Jackie O spoke about how hard it’s been to broadcast since they found out about the death. Full story from

More Macquarie  Changes

Macquarie Sports Radio has made further changes to its daytime lineup. Afternoons with Mieke Buchan (pictured), Shane McInnes & Sam Stove has been dropped. However, Buchan will host a new afternoon show from 2pm-4pm and is joined by Billy McGee. James Willis has moved across from 2GB to host a new program ‘Halftime’ from 12pm-2pm. There has also been a change to the Melbourne/Perth Breakfast lineup. Tony Leonard is no longer on brekky but on mornings with Tiffany Cherry and David Morrow. He’s been replaced by former Geelong player Jimmy Bartel who joins Tony Shaw, with Matt Thompson as anchor.

West Coast Radio's New FM Station 91.7 The Wave

Operated by West Coast Radio, 917 The Wave will be an FM evolution of the network’s current AM station, 1116 6MM. 917. The Wave will also launch an app so listeners can stream in high quality. The new FM station launches this October. More Details.

Cherie Romaro Appointed as General Manager of 2CH

Recently EON Broadcasting Group announced the appointment of Cherie Romaro as General Manager of Sydney’s 2CH and its Digital Stations. Her previous experience includes senior management, programming and marketing roles with 2MMM FM, 2DAYFM, NRJ Paris France and MIX 106.5 Sydney. More Details.

ACE Radio's Kate Meade Named As A Woman Of Influence

Kate Meade of the Ace Radio Network has been named one of the 100 Women of Influence by the Australian Financial Review. Kate is The Morning Rush Breakfast show co-host with Jon Vertigan, featured on ACE Radio stations 3YBFM, 3SH, 3CS, 3HA, GOLD1242, 2QN, 3NE & 3WM. Full details.

Toowoomba Survey 2018

Hit 100.7 was the top rating station in the latest Xtra Insights radio survey.  Hit 100.7 had a 27.9% share (-3.8).  Next came ABC Southern Queensland with 15.5 (+0.5), then Triple M Darling Downs with 11.0 (+3.1) followed by triple j with 7.3 (-1.0).  Full details.

Blacker's Health Battle

John Blackman, well known Melbourne radio announcer and the voice behind Hey Hey It’s Saturday puppet Dicky Knee, on Friday has his jaw removed and replaced with a part of his thigh bone in a marathon operation lasting 10 hours at Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital. Blackman was diagnosed with an aggressive form of skin cancer, basal-cell carcinoma, that doctors feared would spread to his brain if not removed quickly. Full story.

Jay's New Job

Jay Mueller, former SEN 1116 and Triple M Hot Breakfast producer has taken up the position of Head of Development at (Eddie) McGuire Media/JAM TV Australia.

Em Rusciani To Focus On Family In 2019
This morning on Em, Grant & Ed, Em Rusciano shared she will not be returning to her 2DayFM breakfast show role next year after her third child is born. Em’s baby is due early next year.  It's her third child 18 years after her first daughter was born. Listen to Em share her news here. Ash London will fill in alongside Grant Denyer and Ed Kavalee until a replacement for 2019’s line up has been determined.

ARN and Chemist Warehouse Revolutionise In-Store Radio
ARN and Chemist Warehouse have announced the launch of the all new Chemist Warehouse REMIX station featuring a combination of national news, sport, weather and music’s freshest hits, with hosts Brendon ‘Whippy’ Dangar and Zoe Sheridan. Chemist Warehouse REMIX is the first in-store and DAB+ combined radio station to offer national news, sport and weather to listeners, which will be updated hourly from 7am to 10am and 3pm to 6pm weekdays. The DAB+ station will also include favourite songs and fresh hits every day. Like broadcast radio, the Breakfast Show, Workday and Drive Shows across weekdays will be hosted by Whippy and Zoe Sheridan.

CBAA Community Radio Finalists

The finalists for the 2018 CBAA Community Radio Awards for the best in Australia’s community broadcasting sector have been announced. Over 150 finalists span the 28 different categories, and represent a diverse cross section of the community radio sector. This year there are 12 new categories celebrating the best in areas such as online content, station leadership, Indigenous broadcasting, journalism and new programs, among others. Full details.

Vale Barry Spicer

Barry Spicer, ex 2CH Easy Listening and 2GB Sydney presenter and news reader, has passed away aged 80. He had been suffering from brain cancer. Barry also spent some time as a TV newsreader on TEN and in his later years was a station manager at community station 2NSB Chatswood. A funeral service for Barry will be held on Wednesday 5 September at 10.15 am at The Northern Suburbs Crematorium (North Chapel).

Damien Leith Now On Radio

Damien Leith has joined 'Stolzy' as a co-host for breakfast on 98.1 Power FM in the Hunter Valley. On moving to the Hunter and starting on air Damien said – “When the opportunity came up I jumped at it. I love radio and the fact that the show is in the fabulous Upper Hunter Valley is the icing on the cake. There’s great chemistry between Stolzy and I so I think mornings are going to be loads of fun.” Stolzy said: "It’s great to have Damien on board, and it’s interesting to know now that between us both we have in total 9 albums and a couple of No 1 hits to our credit! The arvo sing along through the hallways have definitely stepped up a notch!!

Emily Wurramara joins the CBAA Conference Program

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia has announced that the APRA AMCOS Ambassador joining the line-up for its 2018 national conference is one of Australia’s leading voices in Indigenous music, Emily Wurramara. Community broadcasters from all over Australia will gather at the Gold Coast Exhibition Centre in November. More details.

Cairns Radio Ratings

Hit 103.5 Cairns is the top rating station in the latest Xtra Insights radio survey. Hit 105.3 had a 22.8% share.  It was followed by Star 102.7 with 19.7% (+5.3%), then Triple M - with 15.8%. ABC Far North was next with 12.5%, triple J 12.3% and then 4CA with 7.2%.  Full details.

GfK Metro Survey 5, 2018

The latest GfK Metro Survey results were released today.  It's a very tight market in Brisbane. Hit 105 are back at No 1 with an 11.8% share.  They are just ahead of 97. 3 and Triple M both on 11.6% with Nova 106.9 close behind on 11.4%.  Talk stations 3AW and 2GB continue their reign as No 1 stations in Melbourne and Sydney. Mix 102.3 is Adelaide's top rating station with Nova 93.7 once again at No 1 in Perth. Full details.

GfK DAB+ Survey 5, 2018

ABC Jazz was a clear No 1  in Sydney (104 - based on culmulative audience in 000's).  The other top rating DAB+ stations were: Double J (Melbourne), Coles Radio (Brisbane), Smooth (Perth) and Old Skool Hits and The '90s iheart Radio shared No 1 in Adelaide. Full details.

Finalists Announced For 2018 Radio Awards

Finalists in the 30th annual ACRAs were announced today and featured new categories and first-time nominees, plus Australia’s top radio presenters competing for the coveted Best On Air Team in both the AM and FM (Metro). Two-time winners in the FM category Kate, Tim and Marty (Nova Entertainment 2016, 2017) are amongst the finalists that include, Kyle & Jackie O (KIIS 1065, Sydney); Jonesy and Amanda (WSFM, Sydney); Hughesy & Kate (Hit Network, SCA), Fifi, Dave, Fev & Byron  (Fox FM, Melbourne) and first time finalists in the category, Kennedy Molloy (Triple M Network, SCA). Full list.

Breakfast with Amos, Cat & Angus to finish
hit107 Adelaide has announced that their Breakfast show with Amos, Cat & Angus will finish up next month.A new line-up will be announced in coming weeks.Cat will use the opportunity to travel, while Angus will stay within the Hit Network and Amos will pursue his stand-up comedy career in the US. Amos, Cat and Angus will finish up on Friday 21st September.

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Triple M's Allan for Breakfast Conquers the Cape

Coming off the back off Allan’s Parmi Army, Allan Aldworth, Triple M Bunbury announcer, took on the famous Cape to cape Track! This spectacular Cape to Cape Track runs for 135km’s along the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, between the lighthouses of Cape Naturalist and Cape Leeuwin. Full story.

The barbarians are not at the gate;

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In the months before managing director Michelle Guthrie was sacked, the ABC was at war with itself. Then, all hell broke loose. Full story courtesy of Sydney Morning Herald.

SEN Radio building site brings in almost $30m

The Reject Shop co-founder Ronald Hall has made a whopping profit after selling the SEN Radio building supersite in inner Melbourne to local developers for almost $30 million. The 3025-square metre L-shaped site at the eastern end of Swan Street in Richmond will make way for a mixed-use retail and residential development in one of Melbourne's emerging apartment hotspots.

Man who inspired 'Good Morning, Vietnam' film has died

Adrian Cronauer, the man whose military radio antics inspired a character played by Robin Williams in the film Good Morning, Vietnam, has died. He was 79. During his service as a US Air Force sergeant in Vietnam in 1965 and 1966, Cronauer opened his Armed Forces Radio show with the phrase, "Goooooood morning, Vietnam!" Full story.

Community radio is growing the music industry

What makes Melbourne’s music scene so productive and alive is the combination of musicians, live music venues, and community radio writes Maddy MacFarlane. Full story.