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Nikki & de Mello: The Coast’s New Breakfast Team

The Coast’s brekky team 'Gunners and Ali' are moving on and that may leave some of you wondering, who will be next to warm the brekky seats for 97.3 Coast FM?  The new brekky duo will be Nikki and de Mello. Nikki Parkinson has been a part of the station line-up for some time and she will team with well known Perth radio identity Darren de Mello. More details.

Rebecca Morse and Andrew Costello join Adelaide’s hit107

Mornings in Adelaide are changing in 2019, with a fresh look Breakfast show Bec and Cosi set to wake up the city each weekday morning from 6am – 9am on hit107. Full story.

Hey Siri, play my favourite radio station

The Australian radio industry’s RadioApp has been updated to support Apple’s new Siri Shortcuts feature, meaning listeners can now ask the virtual assistant to start playing their favourite radio station using voice command. Full story.

ARN's iHeartRadio Celebrates Five Years

ARN’s iHeartRadio Australia is today celebrating five years.To mark the milestone iHeartRadio Australia has created a 5th birthday playlist with a pop-up station of favourite party bangers which can be heard here. Full story.


ABC Radio breakfast has crashed to a 40-year low.

Since ABC Radio Melbourne axed Red Symons, replacing him with Jacinta Parsons and Sami Shah in January, the station’s total audience share has dropped to 8 per cent – its worst result since 1989. Full story from The Age.

Radio stars and Amazon at Radio Alive 2018 conference

Kate Langbroek from the Hit Network’s Hughesy and Kate show, Nova presenter Kate Ritchie, 2GB’s Ben Fordham and Will McMahon from the Will and Woody national drive show on the KIIS Network will discuss the secrets to drive time success at the commercial radio industry’s annual national conference next month. Amazon Alexa Skill’s Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand, Kate Burleigh, (pictured) will also provide a keynote address at the Radio Alive 2018 conference on the future of voice technology and the implications for consumers and brands. Full details.

New Breakfast on hit99.5 Sunraysia

The first few weeks of Sunraysia’s newest breakfast show are officially over, with Michael “Billows” Billings being joined by former Darwin Hot100 Announcer Amy Hegedus on hit99.5. Both are Radio Training Institute alum and have around 10 years of on air experience under their belts. More details.

Albany Radio Troubles

Members of Albany Community Radio who want the current operators taken off-air will have the chance to make that happen in two months. Radio station management announced it would hold an annual meeting on November 24, when all management positions will be put up for vote.This came a day after the State Administrative Tribunal refused to hold a hearing to declare who should lead the organisation because it was not a legal matter. In-fighting over decisions made by management has been ongoing for several years. It boiled over into two police visits to the station on August 9 and August 14 due to angry protests at the North Road station after management refused to step down following a members’ vote of 47-4 for them to do so. (Source: West Australian)

Triple J breakfast hosts in trouble

Triple J breakfast hosts Ben Harvey and Liam Stapleton have revealed they were hauled into their boss’s office for a long meeting when their show finished yesterday, The pair were pulled off air on Wednesday morning after a prank call to their new radio boss was poorly received. Full story.

Lauren Hilbert Leaves 3AW

After 7 years at 3AW and 12 years as a journalist, Lauren Hilbert is leaving. She tweeted: "For those curious, my next adventure is at VicRoads!"

John Blackman Out Of Intensive Care

A progress report on John Blackman. He is out of intensive care after 11 days. Blackman recently underwent major surgery to remove his jawbone following an aggressive form of skin cancer, known as basal-cell carcinoma. Peter Ford told 6PR he had spoken with Blackman’s wife Cecile. “He still cannot speak, noises come out and sounds come out but you can’t understand anything he’s saying. But he is with it. He’s listening to the radio and she is reading him cards and messages,” he said. “It’s a long road ahead. He’s now in a high care ward, before he then will go into a normal ward and then home for many months of recuperation and recovery.”

Gunners and Ali WAVE hello to new FM station

Mandurah’s number one breakfast duo, Gunners and Ali, will have a new home next month, joining the line-up of Australia’s latest FM station, 91.7 The Wave. More details.

Alan Jones defamed Wagner family

2GB has stated it is disappointed by the decision today of the Supreme Court of Queensland. The decision follows a hard-fought legal battle between 2GB and the Queensland-based Wagner brothers, following a series of broadcasts on the Alan Jones Breakfast Show concerning the Grantham floods and the Toowoomba airport. 2GB, 4BC and Mr Jones will be considering carefully their appeal options. As injunctions now restrain them, nothing further can be said at this time. Alan Jones AO said in relation to the decision: “I need to read the entire judgment very carefully. I do feel that I have somehow let down the people of the Lockyer Valley who sought my assistance. As the judge found in this case, I sought to ventilate concerns expressed to me by those people. I am restrained in what I can say because I am now subject to injunctions and will be making no further comment.” ABC News report.

Horsham 2018 Xtra Insights Survey

MIXX FM Horsham was the top rating station in the latest Xtra Insights 2018 ratings. MIXX FM had a share of 32.0 (-3.3), next came sister ACE station 3WM with 27.8 (+4.6). ABC Western was in third place with 19.3 (-6.3).  Full details.

Hamilton 2018 Xtra Insights Survey

MIXX FM Hamilton was the top rating station in the latest Xtra Insights 2018 ratings. MIXX FM had a share of 32.5 (-1.5), next came sister ACE station 3HA with 22.8 (+2.8). ABC South West was in third place with 10.3 (-1.4).  Full details.

Vale Kevin Knapp (1932-2018)

Country music pioneer Kevin Knapp has died aged 86. He was one of the small group at 2TM who, in the late 60s and early 70s, created Tamworth’s national reputation as Australia’s Country Music Capital. Looking for a career in broadcasting, he first became a panel operator with 2CH and later in the early 50s he found a place as a radio announcer with 2LM, Lismore. Full story.

CRA Launches New Audio Logo
The commercial radio industry has launched a new audio logo for its Radio Alive campaign as it urged brands to develop a clear audio strategy to better connect with customers in the new media environment. Joan Warner, the chief executive officer of peak industry body Commercial Radio Australia, said the importance of audio was highlighted by growing audiences for radio and the increasing popularity of podcasts and voice activated speakers. Click here to listen to new ads.  More details.

Derek Bargwanna's Tragic Loss

Jackie O broke down on air at KIIS as she announced the death of her boss’s four-year-old son. She was audibly emotional as she spoke about the sad passing of Derek Bargwanna’s son. “I’m sorry if on days we’ve been a little flat- our boss, DB, who we’re extremely close with … He’s a dad now and just a little while ago his four-year-old son, Tate, died in his sleep and it was completely unexpected and we don’t know why.” Kyle was off sick as Jackie O spoke about how hard it’s been to broadcast since they found out about the death. Full story from

More Macquarie  Changes

Macquarie Sports Radio has made further changes to its daytime lineup. Afternoons with Mieke Buchan (pictured), Shane McInnes & Sam Stove has been dropped. However, Buchan will host a new afternoon show from 2pm-4pm and is joined by Billy McGee. James Willis has moved across from 2GB to host a new program ‘Halftime’ from 12pm-2pm. There has also been a change to the Melbourne/Perth Breakfast lineup. Tony Leonard is no longer on brekky but on mornings with Tiffany Cherry and David Morrow. He’s been replaced by former Geelong player Jimmy Bartel who joins Tony Shaw, with Matt Thompson as anchor.

West Coast Radio's New FM Station 91.7 The Wave

Operated by West Coast Radio, 917 The Wave will be an FM evolution of the network’s current AM station, 1116 6MM. 917. The Wave will also launch an app so listeners can stream in high quality. The new FM station launches this October. More Details.

Cherie Romaro Appointed as General Manager of 2CH

Recently EON Broadcasting Group announced the appointment of Cherie Romaro as General Manager of Sydney’s 2CH and its Digital Stations. Her previous experience includes senior management, programming and marketing roles with 2MMM FM, 2DAYFM, NRJ Paris France and MIX 106.5 Sydney. More Details.

ACE Radio's Kate Meade Named As A Woman Of Influence

Kate Meade of the Ace Radio Network has been named one of the 100 Women of Influence by the Australian Financial Review. Kate is The Morning Rush Breakfast show co-host with Jon Vertigan, featured on ACE Radio stations 3YBFM, 3SH, 3CS, 3HA, GOLD1242, 2QN, 3NE & 3WM. Full details.

Toowoomba Survey 2018

Hit 100.7 was the top rating station in the latest Xtra Insights radio survey.  Hit 100.7 had a 27.9% share (-3.8).  Next came ABC Southern Queensland with 15.5 (+0.5), then Triple M Darling Downs with 11.0 (+3.1) followed by triple j with 7.3 (-1.0).  Full details.

Blacker's Health Battle

John Blackman, well known Melbourne radio announcer and the voice behind Hey Hey It’s Saturday puppet Dicky Knee, on Friday has his jaw removed and replaced with a part of his thigh bone in a marathon operation lasting 10 hours at Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital. Blackman was diagnosed with an aggressive form of skin cancer, basal-cell carcinoma, that doctors feared would spread to his brain if not removed quickly. Full story.

Jay's New Job

Jay Mueller, former SEN 1116 and Triple M Hot Breakfast producer has taken up the position of Head of Development at (Eddie) McGuire Media/JAM TV Australia.

Em Rusciani To Focus On Family In 2019
This morning on Em, Grant & Ed, Em Rusciano shared she will not be returning to her 2DayFM breakfast show role next year after her third child is born. Em’s baby is due early next year.  It's her third child 18 years after her first daughter was born. Listen to Em share her news here. Ash London will fill in alongside Grant Denyer and Ed Kavalee until a replacement for 2019’s line up has been determined.

ARN and Chemist Warehouse Revolutionise In-Store Radio
ARN and Chemist Warehouse have announced the launch of the all new Chemist Warehouse REMIX station featuring a combination of national news, sport, weather and music’s freshest hits, with hosts Brendon ‘Whippy’ Dangar and Zoe Sheridan. Chemist Warehouse REMIX is the first in-store and DAB+ combined radio station to offer national news, sport and weather to listeners, which will be updated hourly from 7am to 10am and 3pm to 6pm weekdays. The DAB+ station will also include favourite songs and fresh hits every day. Like broadcast radio, the Breakfast Show, Workday and Drive Shows across weekdays will be hosted by Whippy and Zoe Sheridan.

CBAA Community Radio Finalists

The finalists for the 2018 CBAA Community Radio Awards for the best in Australia’s community broadcasting sector have been announced. Over 150 finalists span the 28 different categories, and represent a diverse cross section of the community radio sector. This year there are 12 new categories celebrating the best in areas such as online content, station leadership, Indigenous broadcasting, journalism and new programs, among others. Full details.

Vale Barry Spicer

Barry Spicer, ex 2CH Easy Listening and 2GB Sydney presenter and news reader, has passed away aged 80. He had been suffering from brain cancer. Barry also spent some time as a TV newsreader on TEN and in his later years was a station manager at community station 2NSB Chatswood. A funeral service for Barry will be held on Wednesday 5 September at 10.15 am at The Northern Suburbs Crematorium (North Chapel).

Damien Leith Now On Radio

Damien Leith has joined 'Stolzy' as a co-host for breakfast on 98.1 Power FM in the Hunter Valley. On moving to the Hunter and starting on air Damien said – “When the opportunity came up I jumped at it. I love radio and the fact that the show is in the fabulous Upper Hunter Valley is the icing on the cake. There’s great chemistry between Stolzy and I so I think mornings are going to be loads of fun.” Stolzy said: "It’s great to have Damien on board, and it’s interesting to know now that between us both we have in total 9 albums and a couple of No 1 hits to our credit! The arvo sing along through the hallways have definitely stepped up a notch!!

Emily Wurramara joins the CBAA Conference Program

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia has announced that the APRA AMCOS Ambassador joining the line-up for its 2018 national conference is one of Australia’s leading voices in Indigenous music, Emily Wurramara. Community broadcasters from all over Australia will gather at the Gold Coast Exhibition Centre in November. More details.

Cairns Radio Ratings

Hit 103.5 Cairns is the top rating station in the latest Xtra Insights radio survey. Hit 105.3 had a 22.8% share.  It was followed by Star 102.7 with 19.7% (+5.3%), then Triple M - with 15.8%. ABC Far North was next with 12.5%, triple J 12.3% and then 4CA with 7.2%.  Full details.

GfK Metro Survey 5, 2018

The latest GfK Metro Survey results were released today.  It's a very tight market in Brisbane. Hit 105 are back at No 1 with an 11.8% share.  They are just ahead of 97. 3 and Triple M both on 11.6% with Nova 106.9 close behind on 11.4%.  Talk stations 3AW and 2GB continue their reign as No 1 stations in Melbourne and Sydney. Mix 102.3 is Adelaide's top rating station with Nova 93.7 once again at No 1 in Perth. Full details.

GfK DAB+ Survey 5, 2018

ABC Jazz was a clear No 1  in Sydney (104 - based on culmulative audience in 000's).  The other top rating DAB+ stations were: Double J (Melbourne), Coles Radio (Brisbane), Smooth (Perth) and Old Skool Hits and The '90s iheart Radio shared No 1 in Adelaide. Full details.

Finalists Announced For 2018 Radio Awards

Finalists in the 30th annual ACRAs were announced today and featured new categories and first-time nominees, plus Australia’s top radio presenters competing for the coveted Best On Air Team in both the AM and FM (Metro). Two-time winners in the FM category Kate, Tim and Marty (Nova Entertainment 2016, 2017) are amongst the finalists that include, Kyle & Jackie O (KIIS 1065, Sydney); Jonesy and Amanda (WSFM, Sydney); Hughesy & Kate (Hit Network, SCA), Fifi, Dave, Fev & Byron  (Fox FM, Melbourne) and first time finalists in the category, Kennedy Molloy (Triple M Network, SCA). Full list.

Breakfast with Amos, Cat & Angus to finish
hit107 Adelaide has announced that their Breakfast show with Amos, Cat & Angus will finish up next month.A new line-up will be announced in coming weeks.Cat will use the opportunity to travel, while Angus will stay within the Hit Network and Amos will pursue his stand-up comedy career in the US. Amos, Cat and Angus will finish up on Friday 21st September.

Tim Bergh's Joins Grant Broadcasters

Tim  Bergh reports: "I'm beyond excited to announce that I've accepted a Content Director role with Grant Broadcasters. This has been a career goal of mine for a number of years, and I cannot wait to get started with 2EC/Power FM Bega from mid September!"  He's currently with ACE Radio as a Creative Writer, Announcer, Social Media Coordinator.

Alan Jones Joins Macquarie Sports Radio
Rugby Commentary Team

Alan Jones AO, Australia’s most successful radio broadcaster and Wallabies coach, will join the Macquarie Sports Radio commentary team for the second Bledisloe Cup game from Eden Park, Auckland, this Saturday 25 August 2018. Alan will be joined in commentary by Mark Braybrook and James Willis. Full details.

Perth music banned from Queensland radio station

Hot91 Sunshine Coast FM has made the extraordinary decision to ban all Perth artists from its airwaves in the lead-up to the Suncorp Super Netball grand final.  This is due to their position as official radio sponsor of the Lightning, who will take on the Fever at Perth Arena on Sunday. According to program director Ronnie Stanton, the decision means no INXS, Baby Animals, Jebediah, Cassie Davies, Birds of Tokyo and Eskimo Joe. Station manager David Graham said the move was intended to be a show of support for their Lightning radio partner. Full story.

Radio host Ali Clarke breaks down live on radio

Adelaide radio presenter Ali Clarke has broken down in tears live on air after receiving a text attacking her interview style. The text accused the ABC Radio Adelaide breakfast presenter of a “pitiful interview”, saying that she had “embarrassed the interviewee”. It’s not clear which interview it was referring to. Full story.

Bundy’s 93.1 Triple M is Now Ready to Rock

After two years and a significant multi-million-dollar investment the brand-new studios at Bundy’s 93.1 Triple M are now open for business with all shows and hosts broadcasting from their new home on Takalvan Street, Bundaberg.SCA Bundaberg’s General Manager, Nicholas Purdie said, “The last 12 months has been an amazing journey and now with a multimillion dollar investment.” Pic: Triple M Bundy breakfast co-hosts Amber and Nik (far left and far right) with Content Director Ryan Bebbington (middle). More details.

'Offensive': Complaint against ABC's Jon Faine Upheld

The ABC has upheld a complaint against Jon Faine's radio program after racially insensitive comments were put to air. Earlier this year, the ABC host was taking NBN Co to task over the quality of its products and services. Faine was grilling an NBN representative over claims a Victorian couple would need to pay up to $1.2 million for a premium internet connection. During the fiery interview, Faine made reference to NBN technicians hailing from south-east Asia (The Age). Full story.

Andrew Fritsch Joins The Studio

NOVA Entertainment Commercial Producer Andrew Fritsch is returning to SCA.  After 7 years with Nova he's joining The Studio in Brisbane. More details.

KOFM No 1 in Newcastle Ratings 2/2018

KOFM is No 1 in the latest GfK Newcastle radio ratings with 14.0 (-2.8).  Next came sister station hit 106.9 with 12.7 (-3.4). triple j was third with 10.9 (-1.3), then NEW FM on 10.1 (0.7) with 2HD on 8.7 (0.0).  Full details.


Burgo and Blackers are back!
Forever Classic 6iX has announced that two Perth radio icons in John Burgess and Ian Blackley will be joining forces Sundays 9am – 12pm from September 2nd. Full details.

Lyons defends right to sue radio station The Pulse

Darren Lyons has defended his right to launch legal action after a community radio station aired claims his venues were “drug dens”. The former Geelong mayor also hit back at critics he said were hurting his staff and their families. A writ filed by lawyer Frank Vinci ­alleges Lyons was defamed by community radio station The Pulse and presenter Greg McHenry. (Geelong Advertiser)  Greg McHenry has spoken to the Geelong Advertiser about his comment that led to Lyons suing the station. Full story.

New Chilli Breakfast Host

Chilli FM’s Dan Taylor has a new breakfast co-host.  After 2 months of trialling various talents, Tasmanian local Marie Burt, has been named as Dan's new co-host on Chilli 90.1 FM Launceston.

Luca Back At 3AW

Luca Gonano, formerly Head Of Carlton Media, is back at 3AW as a producer.  He tweeted: "After a 7.5 year hiatus, I’m very happy to announce that I have returned to 3AW693!"

Tom Nancarrow Leaves Riverland

ABC rural journalist Tom Nancarrow has departed ABC Riverland. He tweeted: "The ceremonial passing of the stylish ABC vest on my last day with the great ABC Riverland team. A big thanks to the local community, ⁦@ABCRural⁩ and all across the ABC for a cracking few years!"

There's Stephen and Steven

Stephen Zeg Gunnell and Steven "Leno" Kelly are the hosts of the Saturday 12 to 4pm shift on Rhema CC 94.9FM Gosford. They commence on August 25.

2018 Swan Hill Radio Ratings

It was a very close result in Swan Hill with 3SH (30.0%) just ahead of sister ACE station MIXX FM with 29.5%. ABC Swan Hill came third with 10.5%. Full details.

2018 Colac Radio Ratings

MIXX FM was the No 1 rating station in Colac with 24.0%.  Next came ABC radio with 15.8% In third position was 3CS with 13.3%. MIXX was No 1 in all sessions except evening which was won by the ABCFull details.

Vale John Worthy

John Worthy, well known 3AW newsman and voice over artist, has died. In his early radio days he also worked as a news presenter at 3XY and 3AK. In the '60s he was one of the newshound on the 3AW program While Melbourne Sleeps - a round up of police reports from overnight.In the '70s he used to make a weekly trip to 3BA Ballarat to write and voice commercials. (Photo above was taken at Keith McGowan's memorial in 2014.)

Behind the Wheel relaunches as ‘Torque Radio’

After 11 years on-air Behind the Wheel gets a rebrand Behind the Wheel founder Joel Helmes has confirmed his long-running automotive radio segments and syndicated content will be rebranded under the ‘Torque Radio’ banner. And the relaunch sees the daily car, SUV and Ute focussed segments joined by daily segments and a weekly wrap that brings listeners the latest from the road transport industry. Full details.

Power FM and 5MU Announce New Look Line Up
With the passing of radio legend Jeff Sunderland in July, 5MU has been facing the challenge of replacing a breakfast show host who was beloved by the listening audience. Former afternoon host Adam Connelly will step into the role with ‘Up and Adam’ kicking off Monday August 13. PowerFM's drive announcer Chris Dzelde is also moving from FM to AM taking over the 5MU Drive Show. Moving into the drive spot at Power FM is former 90’s at Noon host Craig Pitman, who will be hosting ‘The Pick Me Up’ from 2pm to 6pm weekdays. Full details.

ABC radio breakfast presenter injured at Ekka

ABC Brisbane radio host Rebecca Livingstone has been treated in hospital after injuring her knee while climbing onto a bull during the breakfast show at the Ekka this morning. ABC Brisbane was broadcasting live from the exhibition showgrounds where presenter Rebecca Levingston sat on a 900-kilogram bull as part of a live segment. She injured her knee as she climbed onto the animal and then could not bear her weight when she dismounted. Full story.

Tony Leonard Off Breakfast

Macquarie Sports Radio has dropped Tony Leonard from their breakfast show.  He's being replaced by Matt Thompson who had been a part of the morning show.  He joins Tony Shaw and Jimmy Bartel. Leonard is likely to move to the morning program with David Morrow and Tiffany Cherry.

Vale Ray Bean (1935-2018)

Former radio station manager Ray Bean, has died aged 83.  He passed away on August 8 after suffering a stroke. Geoff Brown (on Radio Green Room FB page) reported: "Ray Bean was admitted to hospital on Saturday night following a suspected stroke. He is unresponsive and sadly he is not expected to be with us for much longer."  Bean was the first GM of 3MP when the station opened in 1976, he was also station manager at 2WS and One FM (now The Edge), and a PD at 2UW.   He was also on the board of RMB (Radio Marketing Bureau) which was part of FARB (now CRA). (Photo courtesy of Jose Auditore) 

SEN+ Ready To Launch

Pacific Star Network has announced that Melbourne’s 3MP Classic Rock Radio 1377 AM will become SEN+.  It will feature sports content almost exclusively from Monday August 13. A Tweet states: "The station will be home to even more live sport and will further leverage our extensive rights and content relationships. There's never too much of a good thing on SEN+"

Ron's 70th Year In Radio

Ron Camplin, owner of 2BS and B-Rock FM, has notched up 70 years in radio. He began his radio career as an office boy at 2CH Sydney. In 2019 Ron and Stephanie Camplin will celebrate 50 years of ownership of 2BS.

Hills Radio GM resignation rejected by the board

The board of Hills Radio community radio station has rejected the resignation of their general manager, who has been accused of sexual harassment and indecent assault. Hills Radio general manager Chris “Crash” Carpenter offered to resign from the Mt Barker station, a week after The Advertiser revealed the allegations. Mr Carpenter, who confirmed he had tendered his resignation but declined to comment further, has strenuously denied the allegations. Full story.

Triple M Brisbane welcomes David Nash
He was born in Victoria, travelled 2,800km to work with Triple M in Cairns, and has just racked up another 1,600km to take up the microphone at Triple M Brisbane. Meet David Nash! Triple M Brisbane Content Director Rex Morris has welcomed David Nash to the station for the duel Announcer/Operations role. More details.

KOFM and 4TO To Rebrand To Triple M

Southern Cross Austereo has announced that Townsville’s 4TOFM and Newcastle’s KOFM will be renamed under the Triple M brand.  Triple M Townsville and Triple M Newcastle will continue to produce local shows and content for their listeners, that’s Pricey for Breakfast in Townsville and Tanya & Steve in Newcastle. In addition, Kennedy Molloy with Mick Molloy and Jane Kennedy will be heard each weekday afternoon from 4pm-6pm, as well as the Triple M NRL call from Thursday – Sunday during footy season. Triple M Townsville will launch on Monday 3 September and Triple M Newcastle on Friday 9 November.

Ray Hadley’s son charged with possession of cocaine

The police constable son of radio broadcaster Ray Hadley has allegedly been caught buying cocaine from a dealer in the carpark of a north west Sydney pub. The arrest of Hadley has devastated his father, 2GB broadcaster Ray, who apologised for not going to air on Saturday for his Continuous Call Team show. Colleague Mark Levy apologised to listeners on his behalf sighting “family matters”. (Sunday Telegraph).  Hadley held a press conference at the Macquarie Media Centre on Saturday August 4 and made a statement. He spoke about his son's battle with mental health issues. More.

GOLD Central's New Wake Up Call

GOLD Central Victoria, has announced that from next Monday, two of Central Victoria’s most experienced media names will join forces to create The WAKE UP CALL with Gregson & Lees, on GOLD FM 98.3 & AM 1071. From 5.30am each weekday, Walkley-awarded journalist/editor Wayne Gregson and one of the best-known names in regional radio, Bruce Lees will present The WAKE UP CALL, a lively mix of news, views, music and entertainment. More details.

Rohan Edwards joins hit105
Rohan Edwards has been appointed the new Afternoons Announcer at hit105 Brisbane. Rohan will also take on the role of Assistant Music Director. More details.

Roo & Ditts to serve up breakfast until 2021!

Mark Ricciuto and Chris Dittmar, Roo & Ditts, have locked in another three years of serving up breakfast for Triple M Adelaide. More details.

Darren Lehmann Joins Macquarie Radio's
 Summer Of Cricket

Darren Lehmann, one of the biggest characters in Australian cricket, is joining Macquarie Radio’s Summer of Cricket. Macquarie Media will feature coverage of every ball bowled of all the Domain Test Series, Gillette One Day and T20 Internationals, the KFC Big Bash League and the Commonwealth Bank Women’s International Series on our new network, Macquarie Sports Radio. More details.

ABC must explain new multi-million venture

It's reported that the ABC will spend millions of dollars on a new ‘lifestyle’ website that will directly seek to compete with ‘content that does well on commercial sites’ requires a full explanation. This  investment comes just months after ABC Senior Manager, Gaven Morris claimed “there is no more fat to cut at the ABC. Any more cuts to the ABC cut into the muscle of the organisation”. Senator Eric Abetz says: "The ABC can’t keep having it both ways. They can’t keep crying poor then magically pull millions of dollars out of thin air for their pet projects. There has been absolutely no case made by the ABC for this new lifestyle, relationships, food, travel and fashion website. Taxpayers will be horrified to learn that the ABC is trying to compete with a whole new market which is already more than adequately serviced. Further, revelations that 22 staff were sacked at the ABC last week under the guise of ‘Budget cuts’ but are actually being replaced by new staff brings into question the blame shifting being undertaken by ABC management. It’s time the ABC was more straight forward and transparent,” Senator Abetz concluded.

Hutchy Loses to Ed

Herald Sun reports: Craig Hutchison's battle to get SEN pointing in the right direction has taken a hit with the poaching of a senior producer by his arch rival. Jay Mueller has been the executive producer of Hutchison’s flagship show Whateley since Gerard Whateley joined the station at the start of the year.Mueller is joining McGuire Media, reuniting with Eddie McGuire, with whom he worked at Triple M for eight years as producer of The Hot Breakfast. He had previously worked at 3AW with Neil Mitchell and breakfast program Ross and John.

Hills Radio Sponsors Call for investigation

Community station Hills Radio could be in danger of losing financial support as sponsors call for an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment and assault against general manager Chris Carpenter. Full story.

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“The MOST West Coast!”

Alana and Robbie, breakfast Radio Hosts on Red FM, have been seeking WA's "most West Coast Eagles" fan. They narrowed it down to several finalists; A couple that had a WCE Wedding Cake; a mum that had called her kids “LeCras and Jack” – after Jack Darling and a little girl that called in and every night before bed instead of saying a prayer she says “West Coast Win – Dockers in the Bin”.  Audio.

Ray Hadley's police officer son resigns

The son of Ray Hadley has resigned from the New South Wales Police Force after he was charged with possessing cocaine last month. Former Senior Constable Daniel Hadley was arrested at a pub at Rouse Hill in Sydney's north-west after allegedly purchasing 0.79 grams of the illicit substance, worth about $200. Full story.

Kyle Sandilands Goes Missing

The Daily Telegraph reports: "Two days after his first ratings­ loss in years, it seems that King Kyle is now in the Sandilands-of the lost. Even his barista wonders when the controversial radio jock will return for his usual morning caffeine fix. On Tuesday, WSFM’s Brendan “Jonesy” Jones and Amanda Keller beat KIIS FM’s Sandilands and Jackie O Henderson — their first ratings defeat in three years — and he hasn’t been behind his famous gold microphone since. Full story.

SEN Radio building site brings in almost $30m

The Reject Shop co-founder Ronald Hall has made a whopping profit after selling the SEN Radio building supersite in inner Melbourne to local developers for almost $30 million. The 3025-square metre L-shaped site at the eastern end of Swan Street in Richmond will make way for a mixed-use retail and residential development in one of Melbourne's emerging apartment hotspots.

Rebel Radio Network Help Regional Farmers

The Rebel Radio Network kick-started their drought campaign to help regional farmers in dry conditions by donating $5,000 to Drought Angels and setting aside $250,000 in advertising space to encourage other businesses to donate to the cause. The company behind REBEL FM and the BREEZE, Rebel Radio Network also confirmed additional fundraising events at external locations to further increase funds for the charity organisation. More details.

Robin Bailey Announces Engagement

Robin Bailey has revealed she is engaged to partner Sean Pickwell. The Triple M Brisbane breakfast presenter announced the news on air after Pickwell popped the question during a family day out with their children from previous relationships at Movie World last week. Bailey, who has sons Fin, 18, Lewin, 16, and Piper, 14, from her marriage to late husband Tony Smart, said Pickwell proposed when her kids went with his adult son and daughter to the stunt show. (Courier Mail)

ABC Radio Sydney Producer swims the English Channel for Charity

Long time ABC Radio Sydney producer Brendan King has swum the English Channel after deciding a year ago that it was something he'd like to do in order to raise money for a matter that is close to his heart; youth homelessness. It took him 14hrs and 33mins.  Audio.

Man who inspired 'Good Morning, Vietnam' film has died

Adrian Cronauer, the man whose military radio antics inspired a character played by Robin Williams in the film Good Morning, Vietnam, has died. He was 79. During his service as a US Air Force sergeant in Vietnam in 1965 and 1966, Cronauer opened his Armed Forces Radio show with the phrase, "Goooooood morning, Vietnam!" Full story.

Flow FM the Colour Of Country Life

Flow Fm is putting the colour into country life with the launch of a brand new logo.  Wayne Phillips, Flow FM Managing Director, said it was an important step for the brand to add the colour to country life. Full details.

Community radio is growing the music industry

What makes Melbourne’s music scene so productive and alive is the combination of musicians, live music venues, and community radio writes Maddy MacFarlane. Full story.