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Judith Whelan joins ABC Radio

Thursday 13 October, 2016

Sydney Morning Herald editor Judith Whelan, has been appointed ABC Radio's Head of Spoken Content, to oversee its talk networks and programs.

Judith will provide editorial and creative direction to meet the overall strategic goals of ABC Radio and the wider corporation. 

As Head of Spoken Content, Whelan will be responsible for ABC Radio’s flagship programs within the Capital City radio network, Grandstand and the ideas network RN. 

The appointment as Head of Spoken Content completes ABC Radio’s executive restructure.

The heart and soul of their cities: ABC Local Radio's priorities

Thursday 17 March, 2016

With the 2016 programming year now fully underway, ABC Local Radio managers recently got together to plan priorities for the year ahead.
 
Chris Scaddan, the Acting Head of ABC Capital City Radio Group while Jeremy Millar is working on some special projects, has told radioinfo about some of the upcoming priorities.
 

1.3 million hits, 1.6 million app sessions for Hottest 100

Thursday 17 March, 2016

In the first ratings for the year, triple j performed well around the country.
 
The Hottest 100 was a big factor in that success, with millions of people engaging with the national youth station on air, online and through its apps.
 
Triple j’s web and social media numbers, made available to radioinfo, show the impact of the annual countdown on the station's online and social media success.
 

Controversy over Hottest 100 hots up

Saturday 31 January, 2015

Just when you thought all the hype and hoopla of triple j’s Hottest 100 Countdown was done for another year, the controversy surrounding the lockout of the chart busting diva Taylor Swift has grown new legs. It turns out another song that got no airplay on triple j did make it onto the Hottest 100 where Taylor Swift's song missed out.

Why Perth people love triple j

Thursday 24 April, 2014

Survey 2 for 2014 has seen Triple J go from 4th to 2nd spot in the competitive Perth market.
 
The result comes off the back of increased awareness of the station at the beginning of the year following the Hottest 100 and the rebranding of Dig Music to Double J.     
 
Manager Chris Scaddan (pictured) said he was really pleased with the results.
 

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