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11 December 2017 - 10:46am
Oh you think this is going to help Sydney's most disgusting radio program? Ha.
No idea 2Day.
Grant Denyer joins Em and Ed on 2Day Breakfast in 2018
10 December 2017 - 12:11pm
Another classic pile of dog poo... Grant Denyer joins Em and Ed on 2Day Breakfast in 2018
8 December 2017 - 9:38am
Whatever happened to Tim Ritchie?
And for that matter, Chris Winter?

EDITOR REPLY: Tim Ritchie retired and now does work for Kinderling Radio and FBi. Chris Winter retired some time ago.
Double J farewells Myf, welcomes Tim Rogers, Zan Rowe ...
8 December 2017 - 9:35am
What about Nova v Kiss
What about including The Edge
What about one of these clones actually doing something Different! Oh no wait, this is Sydney radio.

EDITOR: Different stations are studied in different weeks, so we will get to those combinations again soon. Thanks for the comment.
Sydney radio crossovers
8 December 2017 - 9:29am
Ah yes, co hosts on the ABC .... anything to spend more money unnecessarily.
As is having Triple J AND now Double J with a plethora of hosts. Double the money all day!

JJ should be music only with IDs and maybe some vox pox.
Actually, bring back DIG and we'll actually have more variety.
Lineup changes for ABC Local and Regional Radio in 2018
8 December 2017 - 7:34am
Always good to see stations refresh I reckon. Genevieve Jacobs reluctantly farewells ABC Radio Canberra
Bjørn Authen
7 December 2017 - 7:53pm
Where did you get this information from??

"Ole Jørgen Torvmark?

"And the same goes for radio. In Norway, the average listener has moved from 5 national radio stations on the dial to over 35. Some broadcasters have benefited from the change;"

Please be informed that the the forced shutdown of FM in Norway is nothing but a scandal, and the Norwegians dread DAB. Next time you ask about DAB in Norway, please ask someone you can trust. NRK/Digitalradio Norge AS are spreading lies, and you tragically believe them.

The value of FM licences is decreasing. Here’s why it doesn’t matter
6 December 2017 - 9:45pm
I am very distressed to learn that Genevieve Jacobs has been advised that her services will no longer be required at the ABC next year.

I have been consistently impressed by her intelligence, her sensitive and articulate interviews, and the variety of issues she brings to her program.

I will miss her and think this a big mistake for the ABC that I love.
Genevieve Jacobs reluctantly farewells ABC Radio Canberra
4 December 2017 - 8:54pm
Ben Fordham is less combative .... his ideas more progressive?
This is the same Ben Fordham on 2GB?
He is very combative ... annoyingly so.
And his ideas are certainly not progressive.
"Go hard, go early," Ben Fordham on radio
4 December 2017 - 7:39pm
I wouldn't be so quick to blame "technical boffins" for this sitiation. It's relatively simple to predict DAB signal coverage (eg; http://a-bc.co.uk/dab-coverage-maps/), so the cause is almost certainly political.

As long as there is not a topological cause, the solution is also quite simple. All they need to do is increase the TX power and phase the antennas to create some more downtilt.

The same is hapenning in UK. Initial disappointment with indoor coverage has led to many power increases, leading to large coverage overspill on car radios which are more sensitive than average (and have the advantage that generally their antennas are mounted outdoors). It echoes the problem we have with so-called BBC "local" stations on FM.
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