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We're loving the sound of the new shows: SCA's Dave Cameron

Thursday 11 March, 2021

Three of Southern Cross Austereo's metro breakfast shows have had major changes this year, more than in any other network.

Golf day supports Bob Peters' cancer battle

Saturday 20 February, 2021

Triple M Central Coast afternoon announcer Bob Peters has been diagnosed with cancer.

Chasing rumours of a new Chaser show in 2021

Saturday 06 February, 2021
Rumours are spreading that The Chaser team may return to radio or podcasting in 2021.

In 2020 the Chaser team waged war on everything from the Corona Virus to Alan Jones in their podcast as they survied a year of massive disruption in the whole world.

Hugh Jackman and Gus Worland mind their mates

Tuesday 22 December, 2020

This morning across the Triple M Network, Hugh Jackman and Gus Worland teamed up for Gus’ mental health charity, Gotcha4Life’s ‘Mind Your Mate’ campaign which encourages people to connect on a deeper level with a mate.

Marty Sheargold for Triple M Melbourne breakfast

Saturday 12 December, 2020

Dave Cameron promised last week to reveal the replacement for Eddie Maguire's Hot Breakfast as a 'Christmas present' to radioinfo readers.

Seb Costello leaving Triple M

Thursday 26 November, 2020

Triple M newsreader Seb Costello has decided to finish-up at Triple M with the rest of the Hot Breakfast team.

Sounds Like Triple M

Friday 28 February, 2020

A new marketing campaign to celebrate the network’s 40th birthday will be launched across Triple M stations called Sounds Like Triple M.

Hannah Clarke’s brother Nate speaks to Triple M’s The Big Breakfast

Monday 24 February, 2020
In a very emotional interview with Marto, Margaux and Nick Cody this morning, Nate Clarke spoke about getting the phone call from his family telling him to come home immediately.
Nate also thanked the Brisbane community for their support and about starting “Small Steps For Hannah”, a foundation aimed at educating everyone about non-physical domestic abuse.





Nova plays the most music, Triple M has the widest range : AirCheck

Wednesday 20 November, 2019

Over the last four weeks, Gold 104.3 and Triple M Melbourne had the highest crossover, sharing 29.8% of their playlists according to AirCheck Australia data.
During this time Triple M played a wider range of tracks while Tears For Fears’ ‘Everybody Wants To Rule The World’ was the most played song on the two stations with 47 spins.


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