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Survey offers insights into insurance buying habits of radio listeners

Thursday 19 November, 2015

Commercial Radio Australia  and Presslaff Interactive Revenue have released the third in the series of Finding Consumer Trend (FCT) reports, offering insights into the lifestyle interests and buying habits of regional radio listeners.
 
The latest survey, on the topic of insurance, involved more than 1700 listeners from across 96 stations throughout Australia, providing their views on the types of insurance policies they purchased and the factors they considered important when choosing a policy.
 

Fast talking ad from George Patterson Y&R wins Sirens round three

Friday 23 October, 2015

An ad by George Patterson Y&R titled “Fast Conversation” for client Public Transport Victoria (PTV) has won round three overall and the single category of the 2016 Siren Awards.  The ad features two mates waiting for the train, speaking very fast, before the next train arrives. 
 

Marconi Radio Rover attends #CRAconf

Monday 12 October, 2015
It wasn't on the Red Carpet at this year's #ACRAs2015 but Radio Australasia's Marconi Radio Rover was on the Gold Coast ready for 2GB's Live Drive outside broadcast with Ben Fordham following the #CRAconf.

At a celebrity launch function at Sydney's Queen Victoria Building in July, Ben Starr and business partner Patrick Kayrooz unveiled the state of the art Mercedes Benz OB van, which is available for stations to hire.

Growth in September metropolitan radio ad revenue

Friday 09 October, 2015

The Commercial Radio Industry has recorded growth in metropolitan advertising revenue of 12.43% for September, to a total of $70.823 million, according to figures sourced by Deloitte and released today by industry body Commercial Radio Australia (CRA).

National Radio Conference begins

Friday 09 October, 2015
The National Radio Conference begins this morning at 8:45 at the Gold Coast Convention Centre, with over 600 delegates expected to attend the variety of sessions ranging from all things programmatic, to ensuring your breakfast talent is “on” 24/7.  But even with the wide range of sessions and talented speakers, the conversation around the registration desk this morning is all about the recent metro breakfast changes, and the return of Rove McManus.
 

National Radio Conference on Gold Coast

Thursday 08 October, 2015

The commercial radio industry’s National Radio Conference will be held at Jupiters on the Gold Coast tomorrow Friday, 9 October. 

Nearly 600 delegates including radio presenters, CEOs, station owners, senior executives, station managers, programmers, music directors, sales and marketing executives, creative teams, engineering and human resources from radio stations across Australia will attend.  

Commercial broadcasters meet with QLD emergency services

Thursday 08 October, 2015

Queensland commercial radio station managers and executives, led by Commercial Radio Australia chief executive officer Joan Warner, met on the Gold Coast with senior Queensland emergency services personnel today to prepare for the upcoming fire and flood season.

Industry-wide headline sessions announced in the full National Radio Conference program

Thursday 01 October, 2015

Commercial Radio Australia has released the full conference program for this year's National Radio Conference, revealing industry-wide headline sessions to stimulate debate and encourage innovation.

Delegates including radio presenters, CEOs, station owners, senior executives, station managers, programmers, music directors, sales and marketing executives, creative teams, plus engineering and human resources representatives, from radio stations across Australia will attend the National Radio Conference to be held at Jupiters on the Gold Coast on Friday October 9.

'The night John Cleese (almost) cracked onto me... well, he was thinking about it anyway'

Thursday 24 September, 2015
It’s ACRA’s time.
 
That time of the year you are loving yourself sick because you have been nominated in a category or convincing yourself someone sabotaged your entry because your work is so much better than the finalists.
 
I have been to two ACRA’s. My first I was loving myself sick as I had been nominated for and went on to win the Brian White Award for excellence in journalism. The company wouldn’t pay for me to go, so a kind Account Manager convinced CUB to cover my fare to Adelaide with one night’s accommodation.

Commercial radio industry welcomes new Minister for Communications

Monday 21 September, 2015

The commercial radio industry today welcomed the appointment of Senator Mitch Fifield as Federal Minister for Communications.
 
CRA Chief Executive Joan Warner said: “CRA congratulates Minister Fifield on his appointment and we look forward to working closely with him.” 
 

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