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What You Think

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Steve Wilkins
3 July 2011 - 4:30am
Community Radio is a real asset to Australian broadcasting. As pointed out, in many areas it is the only LOCAL broadcaster. From what I see and hear, too many community stations are trying to be everything to everybody. In metro and sub metro markets, stations could become niche marketers, country, blues etc and really tap into a fan base. I ask many people about their local community stations and the response is along the lines of "unlisteneable". Too many extremes. Yes be local but you must appeal to listeners so that they listen. Isnt that the point? Community radio is messy, but makes a big contribution: Kath Letch
Peter Holden
1 July 2011 - 4:30am
Could the person who came up with the name "Super Awesome Mega Mega Hollywood Show" please be taken out the back and shot?
Lowie’s new Hollywood Show begins this Sunday
23 June 2011 - 4:30am
Radioinfo should look at employing the services of a proof reader - check the first paragraph. New shows and promotions still to come for Mix: Duncan Campbell
Mark Kennedy
21 June 2011 - 4:30am
Hilarious! Excellent parody.

It is a parody... isn't it?
A new talk radio star is born, but she's A Twat
Matthew Freebody
21 June 2011 - 4:30am
Good work Nova100 Melbourne :-)
Very pleased to see Hughsey & Kate rise a little.
Survey 4: While 2UE celebrates, Murray contemplates. Perth's MIX 94.5 has highest share of all.
Ian Blackley
16 June 2011 - 4:30am
Congratulations guys great news! Well done Pete! Pete and Biggzy to give Mix Canberra a fresh start
Graham Ronald Miles
14 June 2011 - 4:30am
I grew up listening to Bob on The Greater 3UZ, a once great station sadly no longer in existence. Happily Bob is. Congratulations, thoroughly deserved. In his Golden Days, Bob Horsfall is awarded an OAM
Mark Flanagan
9 June 2011 - 4:30am
Just anopther reason not to listen to the obnoxious idiot. Kyle’s 40th birthday present: a radio station
John Patkin
3 June 2011 - 4:30am
"Knapp thinks free to air terrestrial radio is likely to be overtaken by internet radio and wifi/bluetooth connectivity in the future". - Here here. License fees are heading for the same pile as horse carriages.

In Hong Kong, one of the terrestrial radio operators, Commercial Radio (CR), didn't apply for a digital license. Instead, CR used a fraction of the money that would have been required to establish a digital presence on expanding Internet delivery. That makes a lot of sense because Hong Kong has one of the highest mobile phone user rates in the world, the heavily used subway system has flawless 3G reception and mobile fees are very low.

It will only be a matter of time before phone fees will be subsidised by advertising on radio channels operated by mobile phone carriers.
More entertaining talent needed on air: Musicmaster’s Joe Knapp
Peter Holden
30 May 2011 - 4:30am
I wonder how much money was spent on the new logo?

Ask yourself this question... have you ever decided to switch stations because they have a BRAND NEW LOGO?

New Mix branding targets females


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