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Bob Rogers tells Alan Jones about his experiences of Beatlemania: AUDIO

Wednesday 11 June, 2014
When Bob Rogers was going to defect to 2UE, 2SM's station manager offered him a trip to London to cover The Beatles tour. That was 50 years ago.

2CH morning announcer Bob Rogers told Alan Jones the story of his tour with The Beatles this morning on the 2GB breakfast show.

At noon Bob Rogers takes listeners on a "journey through insanity"

Tuesday 10 June, 2014

50 years ago The Beatles touched down in Australia on Wednesday June 11, 1964 with Bob Rogers on board. At 37, he was already well past the demographic of the Fab Four and their fan base.
Working for 2SM at the time, the equivalent of KIIS FM today, the station had sent him to London the week before to get the jump on the competition. It was a costly exercise –  but worth every penny – still paying off for Rogers 50 years later.

​Sir Michael Parkinson to host 26 shows for 2GB, 2CH

Tuesday 04 March, 2014
Legendary talk host and cricket commentator, Sir Michael Parkinson (Photo: Shutt

Macquarie Radio revenue declines

Thursday 20 February, 2014
Macquarie Radio Network is another radio company reporting its financial results this week. MRS's financials for the period ending 31 December 2013 show a drop in revenue of 7% over the previous corresponding period, to $29.4 million.
The company's Sydney radio market revenue increased by 2.6% while ratings share decreased slightly from 23.5% to 22.8%. 2GB remains Sydney's top station and breakfast star Alan Jones has just recently returned to air after an extended Christmas break for treatment of a persisten back injury.


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