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Terrestrial broadcasting particularly important to regional Australia: Fiona Nash #NPC

Wednesday 19 April, 2017
Senator Fiona Nash addressed the National Press Club today about regional issues, speaking passionately about what regional towns have to offer and making the case for businesses and government departments to move to regional Australia.

She spoke about the improvement of health and transport services and the benefits of a regional lifestyle, and foreshadowed a government push to consider moving some functions to regional areas.

I'm pretty sure Marconi was dead before the internet: STC play TALK reviewed

Thursday 13 April, 2017
A talk radio announcer names a ‘pedophile,’ is responsible for starting a riot, and breaks all the format boundaries, while still plugging his good friends the sponsors.
 
Sound familiar.
 
John Waters’ character in the new play TALK is a combination of Derryn Hinch, Alan Jones, John Laws and other Aussie talk radio shock jocks.
 

The antidote to fake news is better professional media

Saturday 25 March, 2017

Steve Ahern says better professional media is needed to combat fake news.

RadioDays Europe coverage direct from Amsterdam #RDE17

Sunday 19 March, 2017
We begin our coverage of RadioDays Europe this weekend.

Steve Ahern is in Amsterdam covering the ideas and innovations of this year's conference.

"It's a hard job, but somebody's gotta do it," said Ahern, who travelled onwards after presenting an executive masterclass recently in Malaysia to cover the conference.
 

 

The Changing Media Business: Opportunities for Broadcasters #DBS2017

Saturday 11 March, 2017
In a DBS2017 session titled The Changing Media Business - Opportunities for Broadcasters, held in Malaysia, a range of viewpoints were presented on where the opportunities are.

Managing Director of Megahertz Ltd Jon Flay talked about the importance of systems integration in moving broadcast businesses forward.

'We have to compete with more attractive software industries to attract broadcast engineers'

Sunday 05 March, 2017

A top level summit of equipment manufacturers, trainers and broadcasters is taking place in Kuala Lumpur this weekend to tackle skills shortages in broadcast and media technology.

Timely reminder about court reporting in sub-judice finding

Thursday 23 February, 2017

Yahoo!7 learnt a hard lesson last week about court reporting basics and deadline pressure.
 
It’s a lesson that all newsrooms should be reminded of.
 
A Victorian Supreme Court judge found that Yahoo!7 breached sub-judice rules and fined the company $300,000 after a murder trial was aborted.
 
The court gave the young journalist who published the report a good behaviour bond.
 

Letter from Liberia for #WorldRadioDay

Sunday 12 February, 2017

This year radioinfo’s Steve Ahern finds himself in Liberia on World Radio Day, 13th February 2017.
 

Follow #ACRAs2016 red carpet and results

Saturday 08 October, 2016
Our radioinfo reporting team is scrubbed up and ready to go for coverage of this year's ACRAs.

Kim, Steve and Megan will bring you coverage via twitter and facebook and later this evening we will publish full results of all the winners. Refresh this page during the evening to get the latest updates.

As usual, we will also feature audio interviews with winners as they step off the stage after receiving their awards, presented by The Chaser.

Socialising your audio

Thursday 06 October, 2016

Social audio is important to radio's future.
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