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Happy Birthday Hot Country: It was a helluva ride!

Friday 14 August, 2020

Today, the Hot Country Network turns 20.

If you don’t live out west of the Great Dividing Range in Queensland, you may never have heard of this network, but it’s been part of the daily lives of many rural people for two decades.

“It was started out of necessity,” says Brad Smart, who founded the network when he owned his Smart Radio group of stations. It was a “helluva ride,” according to Brad, who tells the story of the network for radioinfo.

 

 

First it was a volcano now it’s a hurricane. Broadcasting in Hawaii can be challenging

Saturday 25 August, 2018

 

It’s been an “interesting” few months for the top rating Australian owned duopoly on Hawaii’s Big Island.

The bush loves a story...

Thursday 03 November, 2016

Resonate Director Rex Morris tells the story of Rural Queensland Today

Queensland radio company triples its size with latest acquisition

Friday 30 October, 2015

Queensland company Resonate Broadcasting is expanding, adding eight commercial radio stations, in six regional Queensland markets to their existing stations in Charters Towers and Longreach to create a radio network that will reach nearly 40% of that state.

​It never gets old

Monday 30 March, 2015

Rex Morris on "new" talent and "old" media

Keith Fowler and Rex Morris launch Resonate Project Group

Thursday 05 February, 2015

Experienced Australian radio operators Keith Fowler (pictured) and Rex Morris have formed a new radio consultancy called Resonate Project Group (RPG).

RPG offers a new perspective on radio consultancy with their key point of difference revolving around radio ownership and their collective experience in Asia.

3GG finally sold. Kevin Blyton new owner.

Friday 09 January, 2015

Resonate Broadcasting have finally sold 3GG Gippsland to Kevin Blyton who owns the Capital Radio network which includes 2CA and 2CC, Canberra. 

Rex Morris's Incredible Journey into Regional Radio Ownership

Tuesday 23 September, 2014

Part Two of Peter Saxon's chat with Rex Morris.

Despite some doomsayer predictions that the days of old fashioned terrestrial radio are numbered, commercial stations very rarely come up for sale. And when they do, they still cost a bomb.

But are the returns still worthwhile? “Our belief is Yes,” says Morris emphatically. “We put our money where our mouth is. Provided you have the right people in place, you can run a very profitable business.”

From Cart Boy to Broadcast Magnate: Rex Morris's Incredible Journey

Monday 22 September, 2014

Rex Morris speaks to Peter Saxon about the peaks and pitfalls of Network ownership.
 

Delays in 3GG deal: Dan Bradley

Thursday 07 August, 2014

As reported yesterday, Resonate Broadcasting terminated the deal to sell 3GG to Watermark Media.

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