Kyle hints at ‘censorship free’ future with a streaming giant
Radio megastar Kyle Sandilands has fired a warning shot at radio and hit out at those who prevent him from doing the content he craves.
On air this morning, Sandilands lamented how difficult it had been to get his Most Beautiful Penis Pageant across the line, and the various “fun police” and “losers” who had shrunk the competition from his original visions around its size and scale.
“Screw these losers,” he said of those who implemented terms, conditions and safety protocols. “Who are all these losers making all the rules? Bring ‘em in here.”
The competition crowned a winner this morning, but it was devoid of various elements envisaged by Sandilands, including having blind people come in and handle the finalists’ penises in order to judge their texture and feel.
In wrapping up the competition for this year, he and co-host Jackie ‘O’ Henderson noted it was “as good as we could get it”. Sandilands, however, added in a final barb that things could be different in the future.
“Until we leave here and go commercial free and censorship free”, he said of the restrictions, hinting at a future with a streaming or podcast giant less hamstrung by commercial broadcasting rules.
Henderson has previously noted there should be fewer rules in FM radio, and that her rivals often let themselves down by not pursuing the type of content her and Sandilands are willing to tackle.