7 December 2023 Breakthrough South African act Tyla has debuted at No. 23 on the latest AirCheck National Radio Airplay Chart with ‘Water’. Sydney’s CADA notched up a nation-leading tally of 63 spins, more than double the next best station (101.9 The Fox). The Nova network added a handful of nights spins for the ARIA Gold-certified single.
7 December 2023 Any radio station would be lucky to have Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) Graduate Diploma student and KIIS 1065 producer Alfie Laguzza, but there’s zero chance of poaching him because he’s exactly where he wants to be.
7 December 2023 Another familiar name will return to the Melbourne airwaves in the coming weeks.Former Fox FM Breakfast announcer Matt Tilley will be filling in on ABC Melbourne Breakfast over summer, hosting for a week.The radio personality turned philanthropist filled in for Sammy J earlier this year, presenting on AM for the first time. Friday Breakfast host Charlie Pickering will finish… Read More
6 December 2023 For Paul ‘PT’ Taylor, nothing beats being live and local, and interacting with his local community.It’s a big reason why he’s been doing Breakfast radio in Ballarat for nearly two decades now.Not bad for someone who, as a young bloke, never planned on having a radio career.“Nothing could have been further from my radar,” says… Read More
6 December 2023 Former breakfast radio duo Ned Breward and Josh Torney have declared they’re not going anywhere – announcing the launch of a new local podcast show.The Ned & Josh Podcast will be Canberra’s first daily podcast show with five episodes a week set to be streamed.The first episode drops today.It follows speculation about their plans following… Read More
5 December 2023 Two years after rebranding from The Edge, youth targeted Western Sydney station CADA has axed some of its lineup with more redundancies to come. CADA is part of ARN.The breakfast team of Kian, Avneesha and Yaz, who came together as a trio at the start of this year, will not return in 2024. Flex and… Read More
5 December 2023 Voting for triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2023 opens on at 8am next Tuesday December 12, with the countdown on Saturday January 27, 2024.A Hottest 100 design competition was launched earlier this year, giving people the chance to create the official artwork for this Hottest 100. Nat Welsh was the winner with her multidimensional dreamscape… Read More
5 December 2023 With thousands expected to attend Channel 9's Carols By Candlelight on Christmas Eve at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne, many also turn on Vision Australia Radio and its simulcast and audio description of the big show.
5 December 2023 Triple M have a massive summer of cricket planned, kicking off with Triple M Rocks Cricket live from the 1st test against Pakistan at Perth’s Optus Stadium on Wednesday December 14.The commentary line up will be led by former Australian captain Mark Taylor AO with James Brayshaw, Mark Howard, Dan Ginnane, Gus Worland and Chris… Read More
5 December 2023 Sydney radio station 2FC aired its first test broadcast on December 5 1923, before officially going to air on January 9, 1924. 2FC stood for Farmer and Company. It held its name for the first few years while 2SB (now ABC Radio Sydney) changed to 2BL, as the two were thought to be too similar in sound.
4 December 2023 There is an audio alchemy about Gary Jubelin, the podcast host of I Catch Killers with Gary Jubelin and his new six-episode series Breaking Badness, which takes him inside the maximum security Macquarie Correctional Centre.
4 December 2023 Fran Kelly will return to RN in 2024 as part of a new Saturday lineup. She will host Saturday Extra from 7am.Current Saturday Extra presenter Geraldine Doogue will host a new program Global Roaming with Geraldine Doogue and Hamish MacDonald, also on a Saturday morning at 8:30, discussing international affairs with a focus on Asia… Read More
1 December 2023 Triple M on the Gold Coast has given a nod to its heritage and officially been renamed 92.5 Triple M Gold. Good times and greatest hits with Flan, Ali & Spida for Breakfast, The Rush Hour’s Leisel Jones, Liam & Dobbo, and classic favourites from the Gold FM playlist past.
1 December 2023 Today marks the end of an era for morning radio in Melbourne, as the city farewells not one, but two of its best known and most enduring broadcasters.As has already been widely reported, 3AW Mornings host Neil Mitchell is presenting his final show, as he steps down from the role he’s held for 33 years.And… Read More