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Steve Price To Replace Ray Hadley On Triple M In Regional Australia

SCA has announced that Australia Today with Steve Price will be broadcast on nine regional Triple M stations, replacing the Ray Hadley Morning Show.

From June 30 Australia Today with Steve Price, which is produced by SCA and has been broadcasting exclusively on the LiSTNR app, will continue to talk to and engage with people around the country about what matters most to them in extended FM markets on Triple M in Coffs Harbour, Griffith, Orange, Port Macquarie, Wagga, Dubbo, Mt Gambier, Toowoomba and Maryborough from 9-11am weekdays.  Steve is joined by accomplished journalist Natarsha Belling who was born and raised in country NSW.

Host Steve Price said: “We launched Australia Today a couple of months ago and I have been thrilled with the response and am enjoying connecting with listeners across the country and sharing and debating views.  I am excited to be taking this shift over and extending Australia Today with Steve Price into these markets and Mt Gambier, Toowoomba, Dubbo and Maryborough.”

SCA’s Head of Regional Content, Blair Woodcock, said: “We are thrilled to be able to offer our Triple M audience in regional Australia a show with the exceptional Steve Price. Steve is one of the country’s finest broadcasters who is passionate about Australians living outside of the big capital cities and advocates for amplifying their voices and concerns. Australia Today with Steve Price will be an audio first with a dual broadcasting strategy across the LiSTNR app and our FM stations that we are excited to be launching.”

Australia Today with Steve Price will continue to deliver a focus on regional Australia, with content that’s relevant to the entire country, and will be available to listeners anywhere via the LiSTNR app and directly into regional Australia via the Triple M network. 

Australia Today with Steve Price will air 7am – 11am on LiSTNR and 9am – 11am across select Triple M regional stations from 30 June.

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