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Kyle & Jackie O continue to lead breakfast with smooth95.3 leading the stations: Cumes

Thursday 15 April, 2021

Kyle & Jackie O top the numbers game for a single market in Survey 2, gaining 60,000 listeners for a total of 622,000.
Ross & Russel (3AW) regained some of their losses from Survey 1, up 47,000 to 598,000, while Chrissie Sam and Browny at Nova moved into third spot with a gain of 57,000 to 544,000.
Bogart Torelli & Glenn Daniel, Fitzy & Wippa and Fifi Fev & Nick all have over 500,000 listeners in their individual markets.

ARN marks 20 years for Kyle & Jackie O

Friday 27 November, 2020


To mark the final day on air for The Kyle & Jackie O Show in 2020 and to celebrate their huge milestone of 20 years together, ARN’s CEO Ciaran Davis and Chief Content Officer Duncan Campbell presented Kyle and Jackie with commemorative plaques.

3AW breakfast takes the numbers: Cumes Survey 6

Tuesday 29 September, 2020

An appetite for news on COVID may well be behind the rise of 3AW’s breakfast to the top in the latest survey from GfK.
Ross & John/Ross & Russel have moved to the top of the Cumes table with 622,000 listeners, de-throning Kyle & Jackie O who dropped back slightly to 557,000 listeners.

KIIS will go silent to support R U OK?Day

Thursday 10 September, 2020

KIIS 1065 in Sydney and KIIS 101.1 in Melbourne will go silent for 10 seconds every hour from 6am today as a reminder for listeners to check in on friends, family and colleagues as part of national R U OK?Day.
A simple conversation could be life changing, so every hour on the hour KIIS 1065 and KIIS 101.1 will stop the music and on-air chatter to encourage listeners to speak up and ask someone “R U OK?”.

Kyle & Jackie O breach the decency standards

Tuesday 08 September, 2020

An ACMA investigation has found KIIS 1065 in breach of rules relating to generally accepted standards of decency due to comments made by Kyle Sandilands about the Virgin Mary and Christian beliefs.

The investigation found KIIS 1065 was not in breach of rules relating to inciting hatred and severe ridicule because of religion.

Jackie O's life is f***ed

Wednesday 26 August, 2020
Jackie O will have to serve a double dose of COVID quarantine before she can go home, opening the Kyle & Jackie O Show by telling Kyle, " life is F***ed.'

Already serving 14-days of quarantine In Melbourne because of an outbreak of the disease on the set of the Masked Singer, she revealed today that once her quarantine is finished in the southern capital, she will have to serve another 14 days when she arrives in Sydney.

Kyle and Jackie O set up Jase and PJ with a fake Ariana Grande

Thursday 20 August, 2020
KIIS 106.5's Kyle & Jackie O have set up their stablemates Jase & PJ  at KIIS 101.1 in Melbourne with an Ariana Grande lookalike, Jami Alix.

After prepping ‘Ariana’, Kyle & Jackie O fed questions to her while she played the role of an aloof Ariana who pretended to be thoroughly bored and made several off-putting remarks as Jase & PJ championed through the awkward chat.

Kyle wastes no time unloading on his newest breakfast rival

Tuesday 12 May, 2020

Kyle Sandilands has taken no time at all expressing his view on Ben Fordham as Alan Jones replacement.
Upon learning the news of Ben’s move into an opposition role on 2GB, Kyle told his listeners “Oh what a disaster. This is what happens when a television station runs a radio network.
No idea, no idea….it’s a massive mistake…anyway, good luck Ben Fordham, friend of mine but now a mortal enemy to the death.”

Have the lunatics taken over? No, it's just Will & Woody

Friday 20 March, 2020
With most ARN teams working from home, Will & Woody have ‘taken over’ the offices from the boardroom to the studio.
The boys are running amok, giving their best impersonations of Kyle and Jackie O and KIIS Network’s 3pm Pick Up hosts Bec Judd and Monty Dimond.
Woody finds an unusual use for the photocopier, and the pair try their hand at cleaning and running tech.

Coronavirus continues to affect radio as Kyle, Jackie O & Amanda broadcast from home

Tuesday 17 March, 2020
The effects of COVID-19 on the radio industry are only just beginning to be felt, and it’s more than likely that over coming weeks listeners will hear a number of line-up changes as more infections come to light.
Already Alan Jones, Ray Hadley, John & Ross, Fitzy & Wippa are presenting programs remotely, while Richard Wilkins and David Campbell are in isolation 


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