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7 December 2011 - 5:30am
I'd just love to let Ray's family know it has been a privelege to work for one of the best radio companies Australia has ever known - thank you Ray !
Rob your dad was one of the best!!
Vale Ray Gamble
Ian Holland
7 December 2011 - 5:30am
My first assciation with Ray was in the mid 70's. I'm sure he was born with radio in his blood. Ray was one of the first to recognise the value in building strong regional radio networks, and understood the vital role regional radio stations played for the country communities of Australia. Ray was a visionary and a leader. He will be sadly missed.

Ian Holland - MRN
Vale Ray Gamble
Artie Stevens
5 December 2011 - 5:30am
AIR News agrees with Joel Helmes, and is proud to be one of the supporting organisations involved in one way or another with Sydney Radio School and Helmes Media.
Whilst journalism courses per se deliver the trained journalist, it's great for them to get some basic presentation skills training with Sydney Radio School before developing a national profiles as well as an on air portfolio with AIR News either as a reporter or as a presenter.
Mamas don’t let your babies grow up to be DJs
Ian Wright
4 December 2011 - 5:30am
Maybe (apart from PPM)the industry should creatively think about utilising social media surveys for radio listening measurement. After all, more people are online and listening online, so perhaps using Twitter, Facebook, Google, Linkedin etc. to guage 'who' is listening to 'what' could be a more contemporary and practical alternative ? No point hanging on to past methods if the Tasmanian experience is a sign of things to come. Also in Tassy, The Greens would no doubt be concerned about old school 'paper' diaries,not to mention possible 'health issues' (real or not) of carrying an electronic device on the bod for a week ! Thinking further outside the square, I wonder if satellite technology could be an answer to tap into our listening habits ?, privacy issues sorted first ! Regards, IAN, Victor Harbor SA
Hobart survey abandoned
Jason Shaw
2 December 2011 - 5:30am
Light FM sounds very commercial for a community radio station. It's good that it has digital radio spectrum & i hope other community radio stations in Melbourne can convert from analogue to digital sometime soon. Newest digital station inspires Melbourne
David Rogerson
2 December 2011 - 5:30am
Glenn is one of the best journalists I've had the pleasure of working with. He "gets" programming and has a very even handed approach to news and reporting.
Glenn Daniel leaving WS FM for NewsRadio
Mark Sales
27 November 2011 - 5:30am
Andy - then perhaps Andrew Bolt, Alan Jones, Ray Hadley et al should resign as well? Sandilands' comments lose breakfast show a dozen advertisers: updated
Andy Grace
24 November 2011 - 5:30am
Not good enough Rhys - we've heard all this before. As an industry we've had enough - time to clean it up. On behalf of all FM jocks, accept his resignation. Sandilands' comments lose breakfast show a dozen advertisers: updated
24 November 2011 - 5:30am
I've been looking for an excuse to trade in my Datsun 120 for a Hino heavy duty semi-trailer with DAB+.
Now if we can just get for an average car...

Hino first vehicle to include digital radio as standard
Joan Warner
23 November 2011 - 5:30am
Given there are 260 commercial radio stations across 105 LAPS, with the 220 regional commercial radio stations subject to legislated hours of local content monitored by the ACMA, plus metro commercial stations producing large amounts of local content, this claim is debatable. One third of community stations are the only local station in the market


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