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Changes at GOLD and WSFM

Thursday 13 December, 2018

ARN has announced a number of changes across Sydney’s WSFM and Melbourne’s GOLD104.3 teams.
 
Jason Staveley has been appointed Head of Music for Gold104.3 and WSFM, will also assist in formulating the music strategy for both Gold and WSFM and present and produce network music features.
 
This new role will be effective from January 1, 2019 and will see Jason relocate from Sydney back to his home city of Melbourne.
 

WSFM turns 40 today with confetti cannons and diamond giveaways

Friday 23 November, 2018
On the 23rd November 1978 2WS began broadcasting from a small weatherboard cottage at Seven Hills.

Just after midnight Bob Hughes played the first song, Dragons ‘Blacktown Boogie’ on the station that would give a start to Jonathon Coleman amongst others.

Founding Chairman, Keith Graham, had recognised the west as the biggest growth area of Sydney and knew if they could be adopted as the west’s own station, they could make huge inroads into the Sydney market.
 

New WSFM marketing campaign for Jonesy and Amanda

Friday 08 June, 2018

 

ARN has announced its new marketing campaign for 101.7 WSFM featuring Breakfast duo Jonesy & Amanda.
 

Twenty five years ago today WSFM flipped the switch

Friday 01 June, 2018
Before Jonesy & Amanda, before Mornings with Mike Hammond, before 'Better music and more of it' ...

Jonesy's going the Full Monty

Tuesday 10 April, 2018

Actor Shane Jacobson spoke with WSFM's Jonesy & Amanda about an upcoming project.

Kyle & Jackie O's Haunted House

Friday 23 March, 2018

Plus Jonesy & Amanda's Pie Hole. 

WSFM to broadcast all-Aussie music on January 26

Tuesday 16 January, 2018

 

Triple M attracted criticism last month when the network announced plans to hold an Australian music countdown - 'Ozzfest 100' - on Australia Day, following triple j's decision to move the Hottest 100 to January 27 after a poll revealed 60 per cent of its listeners were in favour of moving the iconic countdown to a different date.

Triple M derided Triple J's decision in a statement at the time which said, "so, the taxpayer funded FM has decided that there'll be no soundtrack for Australia Day".

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