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February Radio News
ARN has announced that Kate Blakeley (pictured) has been promoted to the role of Sydney Agency Sales Director, commencing immediately. Lena Rapley has been appointed to the newly created role of Independent Sales Director – Sydney and Melbourne. Denis Donati has been...
Haylee Potts has commenced her radio career at Ace Radio's 3HA/Mixx FM Hamilton. Haylee is an AFTRS graduate, and is the daughter of Duncan Potts, content director at SCA in Dubbo. She is now workday announcer on Mixx FM, and in commercial production. Pip Ensue...
SCA has announced two senior digital audio appointments in the business, following the launch of LiSTNR last week. Grant Tothill becomes General Manager, Digital Audio. Grant Tothill, currently head of SCA Podcasting, will take on the additional role of General...
Melbourne’s Easy Music 3MP is excited to announce the launch of the new weekly food, wine and travel show, RELISH. Hosted by Kate Stevenson, RELISH aims to explore all the things we... relish! It’s about the joy of great food, good wine, and adventurous travel,...
Dylan Finch is departing Eagle FM and 2GN Goulburn. He is the station's Workday Announcer and Commercial Production Manager. His new gig is with 2NM/Power FM in the Hunter Valley.
Self confessed sports tragic Kevin Hillier is to host a new sports show The Sideline View on Geelong's bay 93.9. It will air live on Saturdays from 1pm. How many sporting metaphors can we fit into one media release? Game on! Strap on your boots sports...
Peter Marsh has retired from 96Three Geelong after 25 years of faithful service. He has been involved with 96Three since their second test broadcast in Lovely Banks in a converted cowshed on a farm in 1994 back when they were called Radio Rhema. He has worn many hats...
Sports lovers across the Shoalhaven and Southern Highlands will be high-fiving each other when The Sideline View returns to 2ST this Saturday, with new host and former NRL referee Luke ‘Pottsy’ Potter. Ever since a young age sport has been Pottsy’s life, from playing…
In true proof that it’s impossible to stay away from Central Queensland, Aaron is delighted to be back and back doing what he loves most – talking sport! While Aaron won’t shy away from wearing that love for the Broncos on his sleeve and sharing his passion for all...
SCA has launched LiSTNR – a curated and personalised, free app offering radio, podcasts, music, and news, creating a new audio destination for all Australians. 2020 was a year like no other and saw profound growth in Australians’ digital audio consumption…
Attention Mackay and the Whitsundays! Turn up volume because this month Triple M brekkie hosts Jay Shipston and Dave Peters celebrate 10 years on air together, an incredible milestone.
The secret to their success? Both say the community spirit of the region and genuine chemistry and friendship.
Jay said it was an honour that Mackay and Whitsundays locals have let the two of them be such a big part of their lives for the past 10 years.
“While I’ve been here for 16 years, 10 have been hosting breakfast with Dave, and it’s 10 years I wouldn’t change for the world. It’s not easy getting up at 3am every day, to bring joy, and sometimes difficult news, to our listeners over breakfast. It’s definitely a milestone to celebrate, and I wouldn’t have done it with anyone else.”
Dave agreed, saying chemistry was a key. “We are mates off air as well, you can’t fake chemistry,” he said.
“Breakfast radio is like an arranged marriage. You’re thrown together to make it work, but we were lucky that even though we can be completely different in so many ways, we ‘clicked’ even before starting together and we have supported each other over this incredible decade.”
Looking back on the past 10 years, Dave said being involved in bringing big concerts to town like KISS, Motley Crue, The Living End and Elton John had been a definite highlight.
In a heartfelt moment, Dave said Jay’s coming out on air was a huge highlight for him, as a breakfast host, a mate, and a human. “Jay was extremely nervous beforehand and worried what listeners would think, but our listeners are incredible and the support he received was overwhelming. What a brave radio moment to be part of.”
He said community spirit was a huge part of the region. “If someone needs a hand, we pitch in. Last year during COVID lockdown and restrictions, we still had one of the biggest fundraising years for the Salvation Army, raising well over $60K in toys for kids that may not have received anything for Christmas. What a heart this area has, and we are proud to be part of it and we look forward to many, many more years on the air!”
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