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How Millennials use radio in 2016

Wednesday 06 July, 2016
Media strategist and researcher Mark Ramsey recently assembled a panel of Millennials at his Hivio conference, “exploring the future of radio, online radio, audio branding, podcasting, talent and audio advertising”.
 
Millennials, are young people born between 1980 and 2000, who look at music differently than previous generations.

At this point and to further explain, it's probably appropriate to insert this picture.


Missing former radio announcer found safe

Tuesday 28 June, 2016

After four days, and with a lot of friends very worried, AJ Hulsman has been found and is now recovering at Epping Hospital in Melbourne.

The alarm was raised after he reportedly was “... last seen in Morwell after spending time there with friends, and was dropped at the station in order to catch the Vline train back to Melbourne".

Mr Hulsman has worked at 3AK, North FM Hornsby and Wagga’s Life FM.  We understand he now freelances as a DJ.

CMTO course applications are now open

Monday 27 June, 2016

The CMTO is seeking applications from community broadcasting stations for accredited and non-accredited (pathways) courses for 2016/17.

The application process has been streamlined to ensure that the CMTO can give quick responses to station's requests for courses.

What you need to do before applying is decide which course you want or need to do.

Five Aussie agencies shortlisted at Cannes Lions

Tuesday 21 June, 2016

Five Australian agencies made it through to the Radio Lions shortlist for Cannes Lions 2016.

CMTO course applications are now open

Thursday 16 June, 2016

The Community Media Training Organisation is seeking applications from community broadcasting stations for accredited and non-accredited (pathways) courses for 2016/17.

The application process has been streamlined to ensure that the CMTO can give quick responses to station's requests for courses.

What do you need to do before applying?

Step One: Decide what CMTO courses you want/need.

RTI FM pop-up radio station is back

Tuesday 24 May, 2016

RTI FM, the student-run pop-up station, returns to our airwaves this week featuring the freshest industry-ready radio talent poised to hit the Australian market.
 
Managed by the Advanced Radio students from Melbourne’s Radio Training Institute, RTI FM brings you eleven personalities across seven shows.
 
RTI FM has early mornings, days and late evenings covered with broadcasts scheduled from 6am to 10pm daily, kicking off on Wednesday, 25 May through to Sunday, 29 May 2016.
 

KOFM on top while ABC1233 loses breakfast lead in Newcastle radio Survey 1

Friday 06 May, 2016

KOFM continues on top in the Newcastle radio ratings, the station increased its audience lead by by 3 points bringing the share up to 16.1%. NXFM follows closely behind with a 12% share, up by 1.1 points.

ARN & iHeartRadio partner up with SIDS and Kids for Red Nose Day

Monday 02 May, 2016

Celebrating its 28th anniversary in 2016, Red Nose Day brings much-needed attention and funding to SIDS and Kids’ research, education and bereavement programs for sudden and unexpected deaths in infancy.

KIIS 101.1: it's all about loyalty, trust and entitlement

Friday 29 April, 2016
On KIIS 101.1 with Matt & Meshel this week a social experiment has been played out, exploring some very unique themes about loyalty, trust and entitlement. 
 

Radio still going strong

Thursday 28 April, 2016

Nielsen has released its comparable metrics report for Q4 2015.

It’s an in-depth study of users and usage – averaged across the U.S. population – with the purpose 
of aligning methodologies and metrics to display an “apples to apples” view of consumption across TV, Radio, TV-connected devices, PCs, Smartphones, and Tablets.

And there are some interesting trends, with radio still strong among most demographics, in fact over 90% of adults still listen to the radio.

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