by [me] The latest Newcastle radio ratings delivered bad news for those stations on the AM dial with both 2HD and ABC1233 recording significant falls. NXFM topped the ratings again with a share of 18.9%, […] Read More
I have long argued that Newcastle radio suffers from the commercial duopoly of NXFM / KOFM (one parent), and 2HD / NEWFM (one parent). To make matters worse half of the duopoly is totally ineffective […] Read More
In what is known as the ‘Oscars of Radio’, the 1233 Breakfast team – Aaron Kearney, Karen Shrosbery along with station manager Phil Ashley-Brown, has been nominated for the Andrew’s Journey series. The story of […] Read More
While digital radio continues to make inroads into the media landscape, in a stroke of retro genius Bill Caralis has lured possibly Australia’s most analogue announcer back on air. John Laws plugged his golden microphone […] Read More
The biggest game in radio at the moment isn’t “secret sound” or “5th caller through”. In fact, its not even on air. Bets are being taken across the radio industry on how long the John […] Read More
Announcement from Austereo: The Hamish & Andy show will be a little smaller in size but equally as tasty in 2011. Hamish & Andy and Austereo announce today the boys will do a free weekly […] Read More
Source: Radioinfo Those close to John Laws report that the radio legend is not taking retirement all that well and is desperate to return to his natural habitat, the padded walls of a radio studio. […] Read More
Breakfast announcer Brent Bultitude has resigned suddenly from Newcastle radio station 2HD. He has been Breakfast announcer on the Bill Caralis owned station since late 2009 when he replaced Luke Grant who was dismissed in […] Read More
Seven months after ABC’s Media Watch program claimed that Bill Caralis was “cynically dudding his regional listeners” for not meeting their local content obligations under the Broadcasting Services Act, the media watchdog ACMA has agreed […] Read More
The first Newcastle radio survey of 2010 has been a very good one for the ABC but costly for the commercial broadcasters. AM talk station ABC1233 increased their Monday to Sunday share by 1.2% to […] Read More
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