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2UE shares Malcolm Fraser's last interview

Friday 20 March, 2015
2UE has broadcast former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser’s final interview in February on Justin Smith’s Drive program, before he sadly passed away today.

Justin Smith interviewed Mr Fraser around the time of the federal Liberal leadership crisis and what he perceived were current Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s issues.

During the interview, Mr Fraser called for the creation of a new mainstream political party, saying that the way the Liberal, Labor and Parliament were behaving “opens the door to something new”.

Networking nights not working for 2UE

Monday 16 March, 2015

It wasn't so long ago - in fact, it was only on January 9, when 2UE announced it's 2015 line up.

Fairfax Radio Network launches Australia’s first sound bite sized mentoring program

Monday 16 March, 2015

Fairfax Radio Network’s Content Solutions Division today announced the launch of an Australian media first content initiative called The 60 Second Mentor with foundation partner iiNet.
 
The mini mentoring program will feature some of the best and brightest up and coming business owners, entrepreneurs, business coaches and advisors who provide their insights and tips for business managers and owners to be more successful.
 

Let them eat cake

Friday 13 March, 2015

60 solid surveys at number 1 is something to celebrate and what better way to mark the occasion than to eat cake.

2UE's Justin Smith: Takin' it to the Streets

Wednesday 04 March, 2015

This afternoon at 3 pm, 2UE's Drive presnter Justin Smith won't be in the studio.

2UE holds public forum before NSW State Election

Thursday 19 February, 2015

2UE will host a special live broadcast in Parramatta on Tuesday, February 24th in the lead up to the NSW State Election to give voters the chance to have their say.

Called Your Say, the election forum will be hosted by 2UE Mornings’ presenter Stuart Bocking and will be attended by several NSW Ministers including Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian, Treasurer Andrew Constance and Education Minister Adrian Piccoli. Shadow Ministers will also take part in the debate.

John Williamson to help celebrate 2UE's 90th birthday on Australia Day

Thursday 22 January, 2015

Sydney’s first radio station, 2UE 954 will celebrate its 90th birthday on Australia Day with a live outside broadcast from Queens Square on Macquarie Street, adjacent to Hyde Park in the CBD.

The special event marks 90 years since Australia Day 1925 when the on-switch was flicked at the country’s first commercial radio station: 2UE (originally known as 2EU).

Guess which station turns 90 on Australia Day…

Monday 12 January, 2015

Australia Day is the birthday of 2UE. The station started as 2EU on January 26 1925.

The station will be broadcasting from the Sydney CBD from 5am with John and Garry who’ll be joined at 8:00 by 2UE’s longest serving breakfast presenter Gary O’Callaghan. Stuart Bocking and then Angela Catterns will follow with a number of special guests including John Williamson who’s scheduled to sing Happy Birthday.

2UE's lineup changes and new ad campaign: AUDIO

Friday 09 January, 2015
2UE has announced a slightly changed lineup for 2015, with daytime presenters remaining in place, but some changes to nights.

The station will launch an outdoor and on air campaign that will run across Sydney from next Monday, the first day of ratings for 2015.

We have a sneak peak for radioinfo readers today.

In it's 90th year, 2UE will launch the new strapline, ‘Sydney’s original 2UE 954’, recognising the station’s position as the first and original Sydney commercial radio

The Fairfaxisation of 2GB

Friday 09 January, 2015

Everything old is new again!

Radio Green Room moderator Jose Auditore found a blast from the past in his archives, which reminded him of the current merger of Fairfax Media and Macquarie Radio Network's 2GB.

In 1979, Fairfax had taken over 2GB and appointed Max Suich (pictured) to "steer 2GB out of it's rating's mire."

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