Radio Today is the leading website for the Australian and New Zealand radio industry, and our traffic is independently audited by the Audited Media Association of Australia. No radio focused site in Australia or New Zealand has higher traffic numbers than Radio Today.

Radio Today is not a monologue, but a dialogue, and whether you work in the largest competitive markets, the smallest regional markets, or are involved in the industry in some other way; you have a role to play in this dialogue and we encourage you to do so.

The Editor of Radio Today is Blair Sullivan.

Blair has a long history in commercial radio in Australia, and has worked internationally in roles with Xtra Research, and RCS. Blair's commercial radio credentials are impressive, having worked as a senior Group Programmer with (the then) dmg Regional Radio in Townsville, overseeing Queensland.

Blair has also programmed, or announced, at a myriad of radio stations from Griffith to the Sunshine Coast to Mackay to Brisbane. He left the day-to-day radio environment a few years ago to join RCS in Sydney, and subsequently joined Paul Amos in 2004 at Xtra as Research Director; working with radio groups in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Greece, India, Spain and the United Kingdom.

During this role Blair also oversaw the scheduling software, MusicMaster, and its Australian clients. Since leaving Xtra in January 2014 Blair has launched his own business, Create Consult Research, and commenced with Radio Today as Editor in July 2014.

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The owners of Radio Today are some of the most experienced radio executives in Australasia;

Greg Smith needs no introduction. But we will give him one anyway. Greg is the most influential radio programmer in Australia’s history, and together with Austereo and DMG Radio founder Paul Thompson led Austereo through its most successful period.

Greg was also a founding partner of esp, a successful radio & research consulting business, and is a member of the Commercial Radio Hall of Fame.

Brad March led Austereo's Today and Triple M Networks to market dominance with a record 56% share of under 40's and as Group Managing Director oversaw revenue growth of 67%, and profit growth (ebit) of 155%. He has identified and developed many of the biggest names in Australian radio and has been awarded Media Executive of the Year.

Brad is Managing Director of Marchmedia, working with radio, television and entertainment companies. He is also a Director and sits on the Board of Pacific Retail Management.

Dan Bradley is Executive Director of Kaizen Media, a boutique consultancy working across radio, music and talent, domestically and internationally. He is also a Director/Owner of Laneway Music.

Dan was a foundation programmer with DMG (now Nova Entertainment), and a part of the core team who built, and launched, the Nova network: prior to that he was with Austereo in Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra. 

Scott Muller has an enviable track record. He is Director of mbos consulting group, a creative strategy & élite talent consulting firm which has attracted clients from Australia's major television & radio networks to ASX200 corporations.

He has led millions of people to black out London's lights for the first time since World War 2, turned around Capital Radio London from long-term decline to its strongest growth rate in over a decade - and in Sydney led Nova to 12% and #1 overall. He is on the Advisory Board of Pacific Retail Management.

 

Daryl Missen is one of Australia’s most distinguished and awarded sound designers for radio, having worked in Australia, the UK, and across Europe. He is the 'Image and Content Producer' for Mix 101.1 in Melbourne.

Daryl has built recording studio businesses servicing radio, television and advertising agencies and his broad expertise of audio covers 5.1 for cinema, through to television and radio commercial and imaging production. Daryl also oversees a dedicated site for production engineers called Radio Promotips.

Eriks Celmins was a foundation member of the team that built and launched Nova, and was responsible for scoping, performing and analysing the research used to build the brand. Eriks has programmed multiple formats in Sydney, Adelaide and New Zealand.

He has consulted stations and conducted research projects in Australasia, SE Asia, the UK and Europe. Eriks is Managing Director of Third Wave Media.


Mark Hales was the former Editor of Radio Today. Mark is a highly experienced radio programmer, having worked in two metropolitan markets for both the Austereo and Nova Network.

He now works as Music Director and drive announcer at River 949 in Ipswich, part of Grant Broadcasters.

Published on Monday, 19 December 2011 22:08

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