Myriam RobinJan 11, 2017
Ratings are important. But measuring them is far from a perfect science.
Patrick BaumeMar 5, 2014
Senator Stephen Conroy was the most unexpected entry onto this week's lists.
Feb 12, 20131 Comment
It's not the same game for radio announcers any more, writes freelance journalist Alyce Vayle. Broadcasters are more concerned about cross-platform integration -- but is the sector becoming boring?
Nov 1, 20124 Comments
Talkback radio is dominated by male presenters. If we're to have any hope of diversity of opinion we need more women on the radio, says radio producer Kate Leaver.
Bernard KeaneOct 10, 20126 Comments
Mainstream media powerbrokers only understand social media in traditional media terms, undermining their efforts to deal with it.
Bernard KeaneMay 1, 20122 Comments
A single, revolutionary concept forms the basis of many of the recommendations of the Convergence Review.
Amber JamiesonMar 8, 201217 Comments
When you ask Amanda Blair, the only female radio presenter on commercial AM radio in Australia, if she's encountered sexism in the workplace, her war stories seem to never end.
Bernard KeaneDec 12, 20115 Comments
Trust in Australia's commercial media continues to slump despite the industry's insistence all is well.
Ben ElthamSep 2, 20114 Comments
Triple J's new digital radio station -- specifically devoted to new and emerging Australian contemporary music -- is a step in the right direction for Australian content.
CrikeyJun 3, 2011
In radio, a problem second can feel an eternity -- will someone find their tongue? Has the guest frozen up? Oh god, is it boring? W H Chong discusses his recent spot of audio intercourse on Melbourne's RRR radio station.