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29 September 2010 - 4:30am
Well Bill you really are full of it. So much for training new talent and spending money on it only to be poached. Well how about you tell the world how bad the conditions are, that you only employ women in your 2SM newsroom and how you've employed a number of journalists only to sack them three months later. Oh and then re-advertise six weeks after that for more journalists.

Everyone knows journalists leave 2SM for better working conditions, and most of them probably find their own jobs.
Caralis goes bananas over journo poachers
Andrew Andrews
28 September 2010 - 4:30am
Hey Guys if you check the list of winners you will find that Sideshow Mike Andersen who works at triple m in sydney also picked up an award hence the statement in your story that 2UE were the sole australian commercial recipient is incorrect ABC nabs 14 at New York International Radio Awards
28 September 2010 - 4:30am
just keep training them mate. Its the way it works. people move on to bigger things Caralis goes bananas over journo poachers
John E. Fabulous
28 September 2010 - 4:30am
Oh Bill, settle down. The reason people leave your network is because of low pay and unprofessional surroundings. If you payed a bit more and offered your staff the chance to make great radio instead of poor radio then maybe people would hand around a little longer.

Caralis goes bananas over journo poachers
Allan Young
17 September 2010 - 4:30am
Tom was one of those Gentlemen of the Radio industry who always had time to help others trying to move ahead in the game. Generous in time, spirit and humility he will be long remembered by many of us Vale Tom Crozier: Funeral details
Tim Williams
16 September 2010 - 4:30am
Did DMG really believe that people would listen to Classic Rock in Sydney without announcers, except for the forever bland and constantly uninteresting Maroun at breakfast?
I can get the same on my iPod, just without the commercials and the constant reminders about how good the station is (which it isn't).
That 83 year old Bob Rogers, who sounds every day of that on air, can outrate Classic Rock by more than 3 to 1 on 2CH mornings, should spell it out for DMG. Maybe.
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Pete Davidson
15 September 2010 - 4:30am
You must be looking at different numbers to me as you have neglected to mention that 2CC actually went up in Breakfast. 2CC picked up 6900 listeners. Election win for Canberra stations
Geoff Brown
15 September 2010 - 4:30am
As many of us did, I often bumped into Tom during his radio career. (We all enjoyed the old Time Days didn't we). As the original GM of RPH I also had the pleasure of "bringing him up to speed" with the workings of RPH when he took up his role there on his retirement from commerical radio. He did me the great honour of inviting me as his guest to RPH's 25th Anniversary at Parliament House, and we chatted for hours, and in a flow of later emails, about the "old days" of 2UE and Sydney radio.

I sincerely wish Tom all the best, and my thoughts are with him and his family at this difficult time.
Tom Crozier hospitalised
Geoff Brown
15 September 2010 - 4:30am
I've only just found this. After I commented on the previous story on Tom's illness.

Tom was one of the great radio men, and will be missed. Rest in peace, Tom, and condolences to his family.
Vale Tom Crozier: Funeral details
Pete Davidson
14 September 2010 - 4:30am
Tom will be missed by many. Tom is responsible for guiding me in my early days at 2SSR and I later followed him to 2RPH. At that stage 2SSR was a new and struggling station. Tom knew how to make it a financial success and he was tireless in his efforts to do just that with a small and new community station.
Over the years I knew Tom he told me many stories from his time at 2KM (he told me the story David Rogerson has told here verbatim!) and from his years at 2UE just like a Grandfather would tell his Grandson.
He helped set me on my career path. Thanks Tom for helping me with my young and ambitious dream all those years ago.
Vale Tom Crozier: Funeral details


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