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BPR's Wayne Clouten weighs in on whether Live Radio is Lazy Radio

Monday 09 April, 2018

The conversation started last week with James Cridland's provocatively titled Live Radio is Lazy Radio.

Making SCA Great Again

Friday 24 February, 2017

CEO Grant Balckley tells Peter Saxon how it's going

Magics Melbourne and Brisbane go Lifestyle 27th Feb: Adam Lang

Tuesday 14 February, 2017

It was in December 2016 radioinfo's Peter Saxon forecast Magic 1278 would take on 2UE’s Talking Lifestyle format after it axed pretty much all its staff - (for the second time in two years).

Peter also suggested other stations would follow.

"Word is as will Brisbane’s Magic 882, from next February (2017)," he wrote.

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.

Under the World Famous Rooftop

Tuesday 07 June, 2016

Peter Saxon reports from the mosh pit

A Pom in the Antipodes

Tuesday 07 June, 2016

James Cridland's perspective on Australian Radio: Comment by Peter Saxon

A radio movie for Ricky Gervais fans

Wednesday 25 May, 2016

Like Woody Allen, you either love him or can't see what all the fuss is about. Either way, Ricky Gervais is his own genre.

Gervais produces, writes, directs and stars in Special Correspondents, a Netflix original released last month, about a New York based news radio station and its top newshound, Frank Bonneville, played by Australian actor Eric Bana and his sound technician, Ian Finch, played by Ricky Gervais.

Is radio's future DAB+? The debate rages on

Wednesday 11 May, 2016

Last month, we posted an article by Australian expat and media researcher, John Patkin, now based in Hong Kong, who argued that AM/FM and DAB+ would become obsolete as internet or online delivery became ubiquitous.


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