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Changes imminent at Talking Lifestyle 2UE

Thursday 01 March, 2018

Our radioinfo inbox has been cluttered all day with emails and messages from 2UE insiders who have been telling us of a series of internal meetings today about impending changes to the Talking Lifestyle format.

We can't confirm anything at this time, but the scuttlebutt is that a change from lifestyle talk to sport talk is likely to be announced any day.

Perhaps as early as tomorrow.

Where to now for Talking Lifestyle?

Sunday 25 February, 2018

Adam Lang offers some clues.

Talk Radio: Still a Tale of Two Cities

Monday 03 July, 2017

Comment from Peter Saxon

There’s life in Lifestyle after all

Monday 20 March, 2017

Adam Lang says it's all in the execution

Digital radio in cars predicted to double

Monday 20 March, 2017

Projections by PwC for DAB+ digital radio show that nearly 60% of new vehicles sold in Australia in 2021 will be fitted with a digital radio, forecasting nearly double the number of current new vehicles fitted with the technology.  

PwC projects that close to 4 million new vehicles fitted with DAB+ will be sold by the end of 2021, up from 862,426 at the end of 2016.

Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) released the PwC forecast today and announced DAB+ digital only station listening figures would now be distributed eight times a year. 

News Talk 6PR 882 announces new presenters for 2017

Friday 16 December, 2016

Perth radio station News Talk 6PR 882 has announced changes to the on-air line-up for 2017.

#CRAConf 2016 in Melbourne

Friday 07 October, 2016
Joan Warner and Adam Lang have opened the National Radio Conference in Melbourne.

Adam Lang began his opening remarks by paying tribute to Rebecca Wilson, who passed away overnight, then talked about his passion for radio.
“We all share the same passion for radio,” said Lang.
“Radio thrives on… we have the courage to innovate, sometimes to fail, but many times to win.

Macquarie merger spells bad news for some regional radio stations

Monday 18 July, 2016

One of the first cost efficiencies, following the long anticipated merger between Fairfax and Macquarie, was put into effect in the newsrooms of 2GB and 2UE in Sydney.

Keen listeners would have noticed that suddenly the voices of once rival 2GB personalities, including Alan Jones and Ray Hadley, would now be regularly heard in 2UE news bulletins - an efficient way of sharing high value content such as interviews between sister stations, even though they’re in the same market.


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