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More local content for Grant Broadcasters' South Australian stations

Monday 22 February, 2021

'Primary Focus' is a new show for South Australians who live on the land, produced and presented by a genuine fourth-generation South Australian farmer Bryan Littlely and will be heard 12-1pm weekdays on 5MU, 5RM, 5AU, 5CS and 5CC.

Primary Focus will reach diverse and vast communities across regional South Australia from March 1, with information on industries that matter most to locals and that underpin the State’s success.

Grant Broadcasters launches new statewide drive show for South Australia

Saturday 06 February, 2021

Grant Broadcasters stations in South Australia will get a new state wide program, hosted by Inga Milosic from next week.

Grants strenghten local content and operational teams

Tuesday 06 October, 2020

The Group Content Director for Grant Broadcasters, Ryan Rathbone, has announced some key appointments to strengthen the content and operations structure for the company’s Victorian and South Australian Radio stations.
The current Regional Content Director for Victoria, Mark Hyland, will now assume overall responsibility for all 15 Radio stations across Victoria and South Australia as well as maintaining his content leadership position with both K Rock 95.5 and Bay 93.9 in Geelong.

5AU/5CS/Magic 105.9 says goodbye to David Syer

Tuesday 17 December, 2019

It’s the end of an era in South Australia’s Spencer Gulf radio.

South Australia has a new radio show

Monday 18 March, 2019

Starting this afternoon, South Australia is invited to pull up a stool at the Shovel & Bull.
With special guests, games, and a finger on the pulse of South Australia, an afternoon with Chris Dzelde at the Shovel & Bull will keep listeners informed and entertained at the finish of the day.
Chris kicks off the show with a bang, giving listeners across the state the chance to see Elton John in concert.

Vale Neil Humphrys

Wednesday 30 December, 2015

Adelaide radio identity Neil Humphrys has passed away, aged 68.

Neil Humphrys worked in Adelaide radio from the late 1960s until recent years.

His first job in radio was at 5AU Pt Augusta. After a couple of years he moved to 5AD and held various shifts, including drivetime (4pm-8pm).

When he moved to 5KA he became popular for his country music segments, earning the nickname 'Cowboy Neil.' He was also a singer, recording a number of country music albums, including an popular album titled No Horse, No Hat.

Vale Niven Boyd

Saturday 24 October, 2015

PD and morning announcer at Port Augusta's 5AU and Magic FM, Niven Boyd passed away suddenly.

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