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Radio Moves and podcasts launch

Sunday 22 November, 2020

Australian Radio Industry People Movements over the past week or so...

Ned Green has replaced Paul Christenson as EP of the 2GB Drive show. He was previously  supervising producer of Nine Radio’s sports shows.

21 November 2020

Refugees caught in limbo in Australia share their stories in UNSW Sydney’s new storytelling project,‘Temporary’, produced in a collaboration involving UNSW’s Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, UNSW Centre for Ideas and Guardian Australia. Launching on 26 November worldwide, the podcasts are hosted by Sisonke Msimang, a writer whose own family was granted asylum in Canada. Read more...


20 November 2020

After a rapid rise in Adelaide breakfast this year, Nova’s Ben & Liam will be heard nationally across the country as hosts of the Nova Network’s Summer Breakfast show from Monday 30 November. Read more... 

20 November 2020

​Phil O’Neil, Ugly Phil, WSFM

Phil O’Neil (aka Ugly Phil) will join WSFM as the host of mornings.

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20 November 2020

Mamamia is expanding its podcast range again with a new offering ‘The Undone.’ Co-hosted by local talent Emily Vernem and Lucy Neville, who share an inner city flat and a workplace in Mamamia, the podcast will candidly dissect life’s big issues from a twenty-something’s perspective. From sex and dating ‘garbage fires,’ to politics, money, identity and health, The Undone is made by Gen Zs at Mamamia, for Gen Zs. Read more... 

19 November 2020

Jodie Oddy has resigned from her on-air role at Mix102.3.

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19 November 2020

A new podcast series Curveball pulls back the curtain to reveal how some of Australia’s most well-known business leaders survived their biggest challenges in 2020. Host and Executive Producer, Kellie Riordan was previously the head of podcasts at the ABC. Read more... 

17 November 2020

PodcastOne Australia’s will expand its news offerings with a brand-new daily news podcast, Your Morning Agenda with one of Australia’s best-known journalists 10's Natarsha Belling. Read more... 

17 November 2020

Sally & Erica, triple j

Sally & Erica will wrap up on triple j Breakfast to pursue other opportunities after four years with the station.

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17 November 2020

News Talk 2GB 873 has unveiled a line-up of sporting greats to co-host Wide World of Sports radio over the summer months. Former Australian cricket captain Mark ‘Tubby’ Taylor will join the team each Monday night, tennis legend Todd Woodbridge will feature on Tuesdays, former ironwoman Candice Warner will appear each Wednesday, while the former long-time TV host of Wide World of Sports, Ken Sutcliffe, will continue as a special guest each Thursday night for “Kenny’s Corner”. James BraceyPeter Psaltis and Tim Gilbert have also been announced as fill-in hosts over summer, while regular host Mark Levy (pictured) takes a short break before filling in for Ray Hadley on Mornings from mid-December. Read more... 

16 November 2020

Kate Stevenson, 3AW

After ten years, the last seven as EP, Kate Stevenson has confirmed she is departing 3AW’s Breakfast Show with Ross & Russel to take up a role in corporate media.

16 November 2020

In a shock announcement, Nine Entertainment Chief Executive, Hugh Marks told all staff in a memo,  "After five successful years for Nine, I have decided the time is right for me begin the process of moving on." Read more...

14 November 2020

Triple M Melbourne’s The Hot Breakfast, hosted by Eddie McGuire and Luke Darcy, will finish up on Friday 27 November after 11 years on air.  Read more...

11 November 2020

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