The ash from the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland is having an effect on radio programmes across the UK, as some presenters remain abroad. Chris Moyles won’t be back on Radio 1 breakfast tomorrow due to lack of flights, and it’s thought Steve Wright may miss his return to Radio 2 on Monday. Elsewhere, talkSPORT’s Adrian [...]
CRA RELEASE: A new series of radio and online advertisements promoting digital radio as the perfect gift for Mother’s Day begin this week, across 42 commercial radio stations in the five digital radio metropolitan markets of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. The six new radio ads form the next phase of Commercial Radio Australia’s [...]
The wait is almost over and the promotional loop heralding MTR’s arrival is now running on the 1377 frequency. 3MP ceased transmission at Midday Sunday, April 18. Melbourne Talk Radio 1377’s extensive talent line-up will go live on Monday, April 19 from 6am. The new radio station has taken over the broadcast frequency previously occupied [...]
ACMA RELEASE : Following inquiries by the Australian Communications and Media Authority, Fairfax Media Limited has advised that it has implemented new procedures to improve the accuracy of its future notifications to the ACMA about changes in control. Following the purchase of certain Southern Cross Broadcasting commercial radio licences, Fairfax Media Limited (Fairfax) failed to [...]
Source Herald Sun: THERE’S two strange things about the articles and letters The Age is running to warn people against MTR, the new radio station starting next week. And, no, one of them isn’t that some Age journalists, editors and readers would try so hard to get people not to listen. Or warn so frantically [...]
Morning ABC radio host David Bevan has called for a judge to disqualify himself from a trial because of an encounter over the “notorious” Paul Nemer case. Lawyers for Mr Bevan, who co-hosts 891 ABC Adelaide’s morning program, made the request of Supreme Court Justice John Sulan today.
Community broadcasting — radio and television — was created to develop and reflect a sense of Australian identity, character and cultural diversity. Community radio stations feel very strongly about ‘‘local content’’ and fear it may be further diluted under a review being undertaken by Communications Minister Stephen Conroy. The federal government has called for submissions [...]
Sydney’s newest Digital radio station ZOO is launching today on DAB+ Digital radio and online ZOO Super Digi is another brainchild of colourful Sydney radio mogul Bill Caralis who launched Gorilla Super Digi one of the very first Digital DAB+ and online radio stations to go to air in Sydney last year and the only [...]