So what’s on the way?
So we are a week old. Thought you might have sent a card. But hey maybe we're old fashioned. But nevertheless we are a week old today, and in our second week we have some awesome content on Radio Today.
Tomorrow, Wendy Harmer asks why are there so few women in talk radio?
On Wednesday Greg Smith will tell you who he believes is one of the best young Programmers in Australia today.
Later in the week, Dan Bradley will outline the most effective way that the music industry can achieve a real increase in Australian content on radio by playing a smarter game.
Plus Irene Hulme, Program Director at Nova Adelaide, goes under the spotlight for our '10 Questions'.
And later this morning we feature a great article from highly respected programming consultant Peter Don from BPR on the pace of change in radio and how it is affecting listening habits. It is a must-read. Check it out on Radio Today later this morning.
And if you missed our weekend reading, it's worth another look: Wade Kingsley from DMG Radio wrote about leadership lessons from Gillard and Rudd here, and K-Rock's Leigh Kuhlmann answered '10 Questions' here.
Plus we will have all the breaking news and moves all week as they happen. Don't forget our new 'anonymous' feature in the comments area of all our content, if you wish to make a comment and remain completely anonymous, just tick the box and your name will not appear.
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Phew. There's been a bit going on!
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