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A-Z Of Breakfast Radio

A - Airchecks from your CD are going to come at you left, right and centre. These monitors or Air checks are designed to help you build a more engaging show. It’s hard to hear certain things when you work inside the show on a daily basis so your Content Director is...

Your top 5 Investments for any announcer.

Much like good tradies you need good tools to equip yourself for success in your broadcasting career. Here are my top 5 investments that you should at some point add to your game. 5. A Black book  "Once you have used this number - you need to destroy it" That's...

Who have we missed?

Well we have officially knocked over 2 full seasons of the Air Heads Podcast! What a ride it's been! We've had some great laughs and learned alot from the 100 + guests we have heard from along the way and if you want a re-cap then coming soon is some great feature...

Air Checks are not going to email themselves…

I've been working with a number of radio people of late who seem to be missing one key ingredient to a long career in the broadcasting industry. I often always ask one question when I speak to people who are chomping at the bit to break into the radio industry "Have...

Full List – Top 50 Solo Jocks (Past and Present)

50. Dave Evans – Star FM Gosford               Dave was still doing his HSC when he was hosting a breakfast show on community radio.  He managed to pass his HSC then hose this industry to immerse himself into. He’s a gun Music Director and brings his shift to life in...

Top 50 Music Jocks (Past and Present) Part 2

Well the second half of the list is up and thanks to your votes in the Air heads face book group and guests from the Podcast this is how the cards fell in the second half of the 100th Episode of the Air heads Podcast. 24. John Peters (3XY/ Triple M) On 11 July 1980,...

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