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SCA has announced a raft of new content appointments, and newly created content roles, for both its Hit and Triple M stations, as well as a number across the regional network, with more to come. Blair Woodcock, SCA Head of Content – Regional, said the appointments and new roles are a sign of the growth and development of the team, and the strength of the regional radio market.
Coast FM was the most listened to station with 30.9% (-10%). Next came sister station 3YBFM with 16.1% (-7.9) followed by triple j with 6.1% (-0.9%). Coast FM, 3YBFM and ABC Southwest all went down in every session.
Hot Tomato remains as the top rating station on the Gold Coast-Tweed with a share of 15.1% (-0.9). They were followed by SCA stations 90.9SEAFM with 11.3 (-1.9) and Triple M 92.5 with 10.4% (-0.5).
In the latest Xtra Insights Sale survey – the most listened to station was TRFM with a share of 36.7% (+4.3). Next came ABC Gippsland 12.7% (-6.0), then Triple M with 9.8% (+5.7), followed by Gold 1242.
Ray Hadley was presenting his morning program from the Ekka in Brisbane when he became increasingly agitated that the show wasn’t running smoothly. A fed up Ray Hadley has stormed off midway through a live broadcast after enduring 30 minutes of “technical difficulties”.
Scott Mayman, well respected journalist and newsreader, has joined Capital Radio in Canberra as a news presenter on 2CC and 2CA.
Nine has announced acclaimed local media identity Gareth Parker as 9News Perth’s Director of News. Parker, an accomplished journalist, brings with him a wealth of experience across multiple platforms including his current role as host of 6PR Breakfast and columnist for WAtoday, previous host of 6PR’s Morning Show and a former reporter with The West Australian newspaper for over 13 years.
Samantha-Rose Spence is now on parental leave from Nova 106.9 Brisbane. Claudia Coy will cover her role as the Executive Producer on the Ash, Luttsy and Susie O’Neill Show.
The ACE Radio Network will transition its 3WM AM station to FM frequency next month. Listeners in the Ararat district can tune into 96.1FM after Friday, August 12.
Tayla Lombardi has finished her role as a producer on the Stav, Abby and Matt breakfast program on B105 Brisbane.
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