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Who will buy radio 2CH?

Monday 05 September, 2016

Now that September has rolled around, Macquarie Media has less than a month to finalise its required sale of 2CH.
 
radioinfo readers will recall that Macquarie Media got a 6-month extension on the sale process from regulator ACMA which is required because they currently own three stations in the Sydney market, which is one more than is allowed in the two to a market rule.
 

End of an era

Friday 22 July, 2016

It's the end of an era when the clock strikes 5 o'clock this afternoon Friday July 22nd.

For the first time in the entire history of Austereo and Southern Cross Austereo, there will no longer be a DeCean on the payroll.

Des DeCean was a founding member of the ‘Adelaide Stereo FM’ team in 1980 that established the then 5SSA FM. The company later became Austereo as it spread its wings outside of Adelaide, and the station became SAFM.

Australian Radio's Oldest Dynasty

Monday 11 July, 2016

Peter Saxon speaks with Janet Cameron

Radio in the Blood

Thursday 30 June, 2016

In a corporatised world, wholly owned family businesses the size of Grant Broadcasters are rare.

Exclusive: Peter Saxon speaks with Janet Cameron: Tomorrow

Sunday 26 June, 2016

Just for a moment, she has to think about it, but she’s pretty sure she owns 55 radio stations across Australia.

55 stations: which makes Janet Cameron’s company Grant Broadcasters the largest family owned network of radio stations in the country. Only Southern Cross Austereo has more.

Generally media shy, Janet agreed to an extended interview with Peter Saxon - the first time she has ever spoken at such length about her early life and her love for regional Australia and, of course, regional radio.

David Rogerson leaving Grant Broadcasters, four new Regional Content Directors named

Friday 03 June, 2016

Grant Broadcasters has created four new state based Regional Content Director positions, with David Rogerson’s role as Group Content Director being abolished.

Veteren broadcaster joins East Coast Radio

Wednesday 23 March, 2016

Grant Broadcasters has announced Gregg Easton has accepted an offer to become Acting Content Director of Power FM & 2EC on the New South Wales far south coast.

Stampsy makes noise for Grant Broadcasters

Wednesday 04 November, 2015

Lee 'Stampsy' Stamps will now be heard across 18 Grant Broadcasters stations as the Music Chick for the Hot Noise, as part of The Noise National Networked Program line up.

For the KRock Music Director and Drive Announcer this is an incredible opportunity to continue her support for record companies, artists, hone her strong producing skills and add another feather to her already heavily feathered media cap.

It's all about being live and local at Grant Broadcasters

Thursday 08 October, 2015

Grant Broadcasters has put out feelers for a range of multi-skilled and multi-talented people for the network's markets around Australia.

 
Group Director David Rogerson explains.
 

Hot91.1 and Zinc96.1 announce change of management

Thursday 23 April, 2015

Hot91.1 and Zinc96 Troy ‘Chooky’ Deighton is stepping out of the General Manager role to head up a newly formed department for the Grant Broadcasters radio network as Digital and New Media Manager.

In his place returns former Hot91 and Zinc96 General Manager Steve Hirst who has spent the past 2.5 years looking after syndication and various digital radio projects with Nova.

Deighton will remain located in Maroochydore, the Queensland and Northern Territory hub for Grant Broadcasters.

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