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Radio Journalist  (2EC Bega Power FM) - Sep 12

Breakfast Announcer (SCA Albury) - Sep 11

Sales Co-Ordinator (96FM/6PR Perth) - Sep 9
Direct Sales Account Manager (6PR Perth) - Sep 9
Assistant Content Director (ARN) - Sep 6
Operations Manager/Breakfast Producer (Mediaworks Hamilton, NZ) - Sep 5
Journalist (SCA Newcastle) - Sep 4
Breakfast Announcer (Radiowest Esperance) - Sep 2
ews Director (2CC/2CA Canberra) - Sep 1
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(2GB/2CH Sydney) - Aug 28
Panel Operator/Audio Producer (2UE Sydney) - Aug 27
Breakfast Announcer (MAX FM Taree) - Aug 26
Head Of Content (Producer) (Barefoot Investor - Melbourne) - Aug 22


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Jocks' Journal: "Australia's longest running radio industry publication" with all the latest radio news, plus radio interviews and our regular features the 'Birthday Bulletins' (daily almanac) and 'Fun Files' - which includes the Top Jokes from this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival.  This year's winning one liner came from Tim Vine.



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Operations Manager/B'fast Producer (Mediaworks NZ), Content Director (4BC), Promotions Manager (96FM Perth), News Director (2CC/2CA Canberra), Head of Content (Barefoot Producer Melbourne), Breakfast Show Producer (Channel 4 Dubai), Announcer/Image Producer (Wave FM Wollongong) and more ...

Radio Licences For Sale

16 surplus AM Narrowcast Apparatus Licences are up for offer in one line or separate.  Full details.

September Radio News 

Hughesy & Kate Fill In On NOVA

Dave ‘Hughesy’ Hughes and Kate Langbroek will return to Nova airways during the September survey break. Hughesy & Kate can be heard from Monday September 22 to Friday September 26 in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide while Perth’s listeners will hear Nathan, Nat & Shaun Reheated.

Fairfax Radio Announce Cricket Sponsor


Fairfax Radio Network has announced that Harvey Norman has become exclusive naming rights sponsor of its 2014/15 summer cricket broadcast.  The Harvey Norman cricket broadcast partnership will include broadcast integration, cross platform marketing, on air credits, commercials and print ads with naming rights in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. The cricket will be broadcast on Fairfax Radio Network’s News Talk stations 2UE, 3AW, 4BC and 6PR as well as new digital radio station, Fairfax NTS (News Talk Sport).

Artie Off To UK


AIR News director Artie Stevens is heading to the old dart in 2015, specifically to cover the UK General election on May 7th for AIR News.  He'll be operating from a newsroom in London from the 1st until the 10th, and advises he'll be available for other radio stations across the country if they're looking for personalised news updates during the election week. He can be contacted on:

SCA Donates $500,000 To Family Of Deceased Nurse

Southern Cross Austereo has donated $500,000 to a trust fund for Jacintha Saldanha’s family to help them rebuild their lives.  SCA aired a prank on a British nurse who later took her life has repeated its apology, following a coronial inquest in London. “We do not assume, of course, that this donation or any amount of money could relieve the feelings of loss felt by Ms Saldanha’s family. But it is our hope that it may help them,” a spokesperson said in a statement.  Full story.

New Voice on Hitz 939

There’s a new voice on air this week at Hitz 939 Bundaberg, with Kenny Williams joining the  team as Music Director and Drive Presenter after 3 years with Sea FM Wide Bay. Kenny, who is originally from the Gold Coast, kick started his career with a Diploma in  Multimedia at Hervey Bay, where he began to learn how to edit sound and his passion grew to explore the world. He replaces Brendan Egan who took on a Network Producer role for Grant Broadcasters.

4BC and BCC to create 'Floral Welcome Mat' for G20

Fairfax Radio Network’s News Talk 4BC is embarking on a community project with Brisbane City Council to welcome international visitors to Brisbane for the G20 Leaders Summit in November. To be known as the ‘4BC Floral Welcome Mat’, the community project is designed to engender pride in Brisbane and will form the basis of an outdoor floral carpet that will become the centrepiece of Brisbane’s spectacular Roma Street Parkland from 6 November 2014.  More Details.

Brisbane Breakfast Legend Passes On

Former 612 ABC Brisbane breakfast announcer Russ Tyson has died aged 94. Russ presented the ABC breakfast session as well as the Hospital Half Hour - between 1948 and 1966 before moving to 4KQ.  (Another Brisbane radio legend, Bert Robertson is also reported to be in very poor health.  'Bird Brain' who is now in his 80s spent many of his final years in radio at 4GG Gold Coast.)


Radio industry to launch $25 million Australia wide brand campaign at National Conference

Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) will unveil a $25 million industry-wide radio brand campaign at this year’s National Radio Conference in Melbourne on 17 October. The campaign underpinned by research from Colmar Brunton, will use talent from across networks and feature a song written exclusively for the campaign that will be played across 260 metropolitan and regional commercial radio stations.  More details.

Huw Joseph Is Off To UK

Huw Joseph has finished up doing brekky at Star FM Gippsland to pursue comedy and radio opportunities in the UK. He lands in London very shortly.  Huw told JJ: " It was an incredibly hard decision to make but I knew I'd regret not seeing what could come of it all over there so for now it's bon voyage but I'll be back for Comedy Fest 2015 so I will see a few faces then." Brad & Mandy take over in late September.  Here's a link to a special signing off 'song of the week' that her wrote and performed on his last radio show. YouTube.

Rinehart, Handbury rumoured to have planned bid for Fairfax

Billionaire miner Gina Rinehart has denied any current plan to join with Rupert Murdoch's nephew Matthew Handbury in a partial bid or full takeover of Fairfax Media. There have been persistent rumours for about a year, and it's said Mr Handbury has led the push, seeking funding from wealthy backers for a potential bid. Full story.

Lee Stamps Joins K Rock

Lee Stamps has been appointed as the new drive announcer and Music Director at KRock Geelong.  Lee left SEA FM Hobart in May this year.  She replaces Aiden Grant.

Ben Wood To Travel

Nova Network late night (10pm-1am) week night announcer Ben Wood has resigned.  He says he plans to do some travelling.

Jamie Dunn Tells Of Hate Emails

98.9 Brisbane breakfast announcer Jamie Dunn has told how he became the victim of two years of online abuse culminating in his daughter being targeted and a threat to blow up his car.  Dunn said he received thousands of emails to his private email address, including nasty personal messages and offensive derogatory comments about his private life.  Full story.

New Job For Josh

Josh Olek is moving on from Snow FM Jindabyne to do nights /production at Wave FM in Wollongong. By the way, Josh’s dad Eddie is an announcer on My Mp and a commercial producer/operator at SEN/My Mp.

Canberra & Darwin digital radio trials extended

Commercial Radio Australia has welcomed the decision by the ACMA to extend the DAB+ digital radio trial licences in Canberra and Darwin until 30 June 2015. The scientific licences have been extended to provide an opportunity for broadcasters to experiment with new features and functionality on DAB+, as well as continue testing a range of planning techniques and equipment types.

Tony Dickinson Thanks Friends and Well Wishers

Tony Dickinson, veteran TV and radio newsman remains in hospital - battling cancer.  He's undergone multiple operations and is very weak,  but he has made a point to get the message out to all of those who've responded to the recent Jocks’ Journal  article about his condition. Tony says he's been absolutely blown away by the support and messages - especially from those who haven't seen him for so long.

Cheryl Leaves Berri For Melbourne

Former 5RM/Magic 931 Berri GM Cheryl Lardner has taken on a new role in Melbourne.  The 2011 ACRA winner is now a Sales Manager with ARN station Mix 101.1.  

Laws on Brisbane Radio

John Laws will soon be heard 5 days a week on Bay FM - the community station in the Brisbane bayside suburb of Wynnum/Redlands. He will be heard each morning from 8am-11am (Qld time) beginning October 6.  In July, former 4BC personality Peter Dick came out of semi-retirement to be heard on the station on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.


Jocks' Journal Facebook Page Notches 2,000 'Likes'

Yay! We just notched up 2,000 'Likes' on our Jocks' Journal Facebook page.  Thanks to everyone who has dropped by.

Brad Made Redundant At ATN

After 7 years with the Australian Traffic Network as Victorian Operations Manager, Brad Arnoldt was made redundant yesterday (Sep 2).

KIIS FM Could Be Liable For Breach of Confidence

Sydney radio station KIIS FM could be liable for breach of confidence or privacy for publishing nude photographs of American actress Jennifer Lawrence.  The station pixelated four images when it published them on Monday, but later replaced them with red carpet photographs of the American actress, the media/marketing website Mumbrella reported. "Rather than the naked pics... Feast your eyes on her amazing red carpet style below!"  the radio station's website now reads.  Mark Pearson, media law expert at Griffith University, said any media outlet that published the material could potentially face a claim for breach of privacy or, more likely, breach of confidence.  Full story.

John Cranfield new host of "The Way We Were" on 6PR

The respected radio and music historian was a regular guest and contributor to the show, hosted by Steve Gordon, for 15 years. He also hosted "Sunday Gold" on 6PR, during the 80's and 90's. In the 60's, he was breakfast announcer on 6iX and continued in other time-slots in the 70's. Over the years he has been called on by other media, including television and ABC radio, to provide information on music, radio and the many personalities working in the industry, plus items of interest on the history of Perth and WA. John Cranfield is a director of  the Zenith Music Group. "The Way We Were" is heard 6pm- midnight, Sundays on 882 6PR.

Botica Returns To Perth Radio

Fred Botica, who was part of 96FM in the 1980’s when it enjoyed its position as the only FM station in the Perth market, is returning to the station where he began his Perth radio career. Botica, who held the Number One Breakfast show for many years in Perth, has decided he wants to be at the station that’s "keeping real music alive".  96FM Content Director Brad McNally said: “I have worked with Freddie at the original 96FM. He is a really passionate music guy and will totally fit with the 96FM brand and persona.  Fred will be our ‘fill in guy’ and we will see what happens after that.”  More details.

Wayne Moving On

Radio West Esperance breakfast announcer Wayne Taylor is moving on.  He leaves the SCA station later this month.  (See 'Radio Jobs'.)

Crocmedia Airs AFL Grand Final On 230 Stations

Crocmedia's syndicated AFL broadcast AFL LIVE will again hit record audiences this year on Grand Final Day, with every state in Australia joining to take the call. The regional syndicated broadcast will hit over 230 stations across the country, led by broadcasting icons Peter Donegan and Rex Hunt, with expert comments from Billy Brownless and Terry Wallace. More details.

New Role For Brendan

Brendan Egan has left 4BU/Hitz FM Bundaberg. The production manager now has  a new role with Grant Broadcasters as a Network Producer  in their Hub operations.

Tim Lands Weekend Gig With KiiS

Tim Wong-See, 2013 AFTRS graduate, who was fortunate enough to score a mid dawn gig on the NOVA network fresh from the AFTRS radio course, now has a regular weekend shift.  He has moved from NOVA to take up an offer to do weekends on KIIS 1065 in Sydney.

KISS On Way For Melbourne

Australian Radio Network will hurry the move of its KIIS format to Melbourne after a poor fifth radio ratings survey for the city’s Mix101.1. The Melbourne station dropped 0.9 points in this week’s radio ratings and ARN content director Duncan Campbell noted its classic-hits talk format Gold remained solid but Mix “came off a little bit”. (The Australian)

August Radio News 

Jodie Joins ZZZ in Lismore

The Central Institute of Technology in Leederville, Perth, is proud to announce another student hire this week.  Jodie Williams has been recruited by 100.9 ZZZ FM in Lismore, NSW.  Prior to her industry placement Jodie was Boom Radio’s current Program Director & Breakfast Presenter

Mick For Breakfast

4KZ Innisfail Saturday morning presenter Mick Hay has joined the team at NQ Radio's sister station 4AM as Breakfast announcer.

Bridget Joins AIR Team

AIR News has announced that Bridget Judd will be joining the weekend news team whilst Kym Cartwright takes some leave. Bridget has completed a number of internships with the ABC and 4ZZZ, and will be handling Saturday and Sunday News and Sport updates across the national AIR news affiliate network.

'Blocker' Exits 2GB

Steve Roach's 13-year association with 2GB is no more after the radio station sacked him over allegations of intimidating behaviour towards a producer. The former Balmain Tigers, NSW State of Origin and Australian front-rower confirmed on Thursday that his contract with the Macquarie Radio Network had been terminated as a result of a bullying complaint made by a younger male colleague. Full story.

Beth Makes Her Debut At Spirit FM

The Central Institute of Technology in Leederville, Perth, is proud to announce another student hire for 2014.1st year student Beth Krapljanov  has been recruited by industry partner Redwave Media to her first full-time job in radio as Breakfast Host at Spirit FM in Broome, WA. To tune in to Central’s Diploma students check out their online station ‘Boom Radio’.

The Radio Training Institute is delighted with the success of a number of former students getting into the finals at this year’s Australian Commercial Radio Awards. Ten former students have been announced as finalists across nine categories.  “The success of our former students comes as no surprise to me. RTI prepares them for the challenging, but always exciting radio industry.  I am proud of both RTI and our graduates ACRA success” says RTI General Manager Heidi Everett.  More details.

Star Fm's New Content Director

2SM Sydney production guy Peter Samios is moving on. He has taken up a position as content director at Star FM Dubbo.

Cars Drive Digital Radio Figures to 5 Year High

Official data relating to DAB+ digital radio in Australia was released by Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) in the 2014 Digital Radio Report, showing nearly 100,000* (97,177) new vehicles have been sold with DAB+ digital radio, and digital radio listening is at an all time high with 21.4% or almost 2.8 million people tuning in each week in the five metropolitan capital cities alone. More details.

Nova Network Now Airing Outros

The Nova Network is now airing the next chapter in branding for music radio stations – Outros, a new service from On The Sly Production.  Developed especially for Nova, Outros brand the ends of hit songs to create a seamless platform for jocks while fusing the station’s name into the music.  Outros delivers perfect segueways in the style of the biggest hits.  More details.

Mel B Leaves 2DAY

Mel B will not be renewing her contract with 2DAY FM. SCA has confirmed that Melanie Brown has left the morning spot she has co-hosted since the beginning of the year alongside Jules Lund, Merrick Watts and Sophie Monk. 'We can confirm Mel B will not be continuing with the breakfast show for the remainder of the year,' said Southern Cross Austereo Sydney General Manager Jeremy Simpson.  More details.

The GfK Metro Survey #5 results have been released. 3AW had a strong survey and returned to No 1 in Melbourne.  Breakfast (Ross Stevenson and John Burns) had a 2% increase whilst ABC 774 breakfast (Red Symons) dropped 2.8%.  2GB continue their reign at No 1 in Sydney. Despite a slight drop of 1.5%, 97. 3 remained No 1 station in Brisbane.  In Adelaide, it was another great result for MIX 102.3 with a 15.9% share.  In Perth, MIX 94.5 rated No 1 once again with 14.2%. Full details.

Todd & Sami Debut On 92.7 MIX FM

92.7 MIX FM Sunshine Coast have welcomed their new local drive show ‘Todd & Sami For The Drive Home’ to the 3pm – 7pm time slot Monday to Friday.  Hear Todd & Sami’s first break here –

In Memoriam: Paul Rowe

Well known country music commentator Paul Rowe passed away on August 22 from what is believed to be a heart related condition. Paul, who has spent most of his career in the radio industry in both New Zealand and Australia, and more recently over the last 15 years, headed up the iconic Festival FM at the Tamworth Festival, spent the last days of his life doing what he loved - on air at Australia's largest field days as the AgQuip FM on site PA voice. Many will also know Paul as the first contact for both the Festival FM radio station and the Official Guide to the Tamworth CM Festival publication. More details.

Dunkerley New PD Role

Andrew Dunkerley is on the move again!  He's heading back to the role of PD for Snow FM & 2XL.  Andrew told JJ: "The opportunity came up to return to the Snowies and I couldn’t say no! I met my wife there funnily enough from when I previously worked there."   He commences on September 12.

The finalists in the 26th annual Australian Commercial Radio Awards (ACRAs) have been announced. Winners will be announced at a gala black tie event, to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Entertainment Centre on Saturday, 18 October. The National Radio Conference will be held in Melbourne on Friday 17 October.  Full list of finalists.


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(w/c Sep 12, 2014)

This week's Top 3 Streams

1.Dynamite (Karise Eden) (EMI Music Australia)

2. Blame (Calvin Harris feat John Newman)  (Sony Music Australia)

3. Back To The Wall (Missy Higgins)  (Eleven: A Music Company)

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Wes Heather Cops 100 Buckets For Charity

Wesley Heather, Roccy FM Young drive announcer and promotions manager, has gone beyond the traditional 'Ice Bucket Challenge.'  He raised $10,000 for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, by allowing 100 people to dump 100 Ice Buckets on his head at $100 per person... Wes completed all 100 ice buckets and then decided to do just one more to push the tally to 101 ice buckets.

NOVA 106.9's Human Bowling

Golfers did a double take at Victoria Park on Wednesday morning (Sep 10) at a monster ten pin “bowling alley” which materialised on a steep hill of the inner city golf course.  The brainchild of radio station Nova 106.9’s Ash, Kip & Luttsy; the epic structure stopped traffic as players and workers alike joined the crowds to witness what a game of “human bowling” looked like.  Nova staff and sporting identities, including dual Olympic Gold medalist, Susie O’Neill and Queensland Firebirds’ Gabi Simpson, strapped into sumo suits and donned mouth guards and protective head gear and shuffled into formation as the human bowling pins. More details.

Cactus Team Celebrate 28 Years

The How Green Is My Cactus team has celebrate 28 years of ongoing production. As a special surprise to the show’s producers Triffique Productions and the rest of the cast and crew, actor Robyn Moore turned up with a huge bespoke Birthday Cake plus bottle of bubbly at the latest recording session at TSD Studios. Writer Doug Edwards created the series with a view of it comprising just 65 episodes. Today episode 5820 was put in the can!  Keith Scott and Robyn Moore have been with the show all along, and do ALL the character voices between them, and Bill Dowling has been driving the studio for 25 of those years.  Cactus is distributed by Grace Gibson Productions 02 9906 2244.

92.7 MIX FM Get High For Spring

On Monday September 1, 92.7 MIX FM reached new heights, literally, and set the record for a Sunshine Coast first!  Caroline Hutchinson and the MIX FM team were the first Breakfast Show and radio station, to broadcast live from the top of the Mt. Coolum, at an elevation of 208 meters. The record setting broadcast coincided with the first day of Spring. Joined for the climb to the top by listeners from 5am, the excitement set in for sunrise, then again when MIX FM’s $1,000 Minute went off, live from the top of Australia’s second largest rock.  Through the Telstra 4G network, the show was broadcast in high quality audio, live via an iPhone. See the video here:

Robin Bailey Loses Husband To Depression

High profile radio announcer Robin Bailey’s husband Tony Smart has died suddenly after battling with depression. A spokesman for ARN, who own Brisbane's 97.3 where Bailey presents the breakfast program, said the family had asked for privacy. “Yesterday we were saddened by the terrible news that Tony Smart, husband to Robin Bailey took his own life. Tony had been suffering from depression,” a spokesman said in a statement.  “Robin is a beloved member of 97.3’s breakfast team and we extend our deepest sympathy to her, her three young boys and Robin & Tony’s entire families. This is obviously very difficult for them and we appreciate Robin and her family’s need for privacy. Robin will be making no further comment at this time.”  (Courier Mail)

Wes Prepares for 100 Buckets of Ice Water

Songl Shuts Down

Australian music streaming app Songl has shut down after just 18 months of launch due to stiff competition. It is the second streaming service to shut shop in the country after Deezer in February, while Pandora and Spotify continue to dominate audience share. More details.

Polly & Morro take the Breakfast Show to Africa

98five’s Breakfast with Polly and Morro are taking their show to Tanzania as part of CBM’s Miracles Day!  It will be the first overseas trip for the Breakfast show and it’s all for a great cause.  “We’re going to witness miracles ourselves,” says Breakfast co-host Paul ‘Morro’ Morrison.  “We are really looking forward to hanging out with CBM and it’s fantastic what CBM’s up to.”  A $32 miracle to CBM will restore the gift of sight to some of the world’s poorest people suffering from cataract blindness.

New Baby Girl For Kate

On Sunday 17 August 2014, Kate Ritchie and Stuart Webb welcomed a little girl into the world.  Mother and daughter are both doing well. In making the announcement Kate and Stuart said: “We happen to think she is perfect and couldn’t be more delighted."  As a part of Nova’s national drive team Kate, Tim & Marty, Tim Blackwell and Marty Sheargold announced the news on air . Marty said “we wish them all the best in the first few weeks of their baby’s life, it’s a very special time for them both.” more details.

Kyle 32 Kilos Over Weight Claims Doctor

KIIS FM brekky host Kyle Sandilands will be dead by the end of the year if he doesn’t urgently alter his diet and ditch his chain-smoking habit, a health expert has warned. In an article in New Idea magazine, obesity specialist Dr Edward Jackowski said Sandilands’ notoriously unhealthy lifestyle and excessive weight gain have him in danger of suffering a fatal stroke or heart attack. Full story.

All India Radio's 35 age limit sparks mass sacking

India's national public radio broadcaster appears to have sacked around 100 presenters for being over its new age limit of 35. All India Radio has responded by saying it will allow presenters to stay on if they pass a test to prove that they don't sound "too mature and boring."  Full story.


AFTRS are running a number of radio courses over the next few months. For example: "Learn how to make a ‘radio package’" - in a two day intensive. Tutor is Martin Corben who has extensive experience working for ABC Radio 702. Dates: 13 - 14 September.  Details.   There is also an 'Advanced Voice Over' course. This two day course over two weekends builds on the skills developed in AFTRS Open’s Voice Over course and also suits those with some experience with professional voice over work who wish to further polish their skills. A small group (maximum 6) and focus on performance will allow for more on mic time to work on strengths and weaknesses. Dates: 20 - 21 September.  Details:  And finally, there is an 'Announcing and Presentation' course.  On air Radio industry professionals Gaby Brown (Triple J, KIIS 1065 FM, WSFM) and Melanie Withnall (2UE, 2SER FM) are the tutors for this practical and inspiring course where you will acquire invaluable skills and knowledge that will enhance and advance your career. Dates: 27 - 28 September. Details:  To view all radio courses visit the website:

The Rebel's Ash & Dave made a splash on the Gold Coast again  this week, as Ash had to live like a lady & be a V8 grid girl for the day.  The lads, had previously had a go kart challenge that ended in Ash getting a station logo tattooed on his leg. Determined for revenge Ash recruited "Pete The Roadie" Driver ( A former go kart champ ) to take on Dave & earn some retribution!  More details.


92.7 Mix FM has upgraded a major piece of equipment, the Orban Audio processor for the on-air sound.  The station has just upgraded from an old 8200 to the latest Orban Optimod 8600.  This has given the station a better quality sound with more dynamics and crispness.  While this new technology was being installed, something that most radio stations have now removed was being put back into action… a vinyl turntable.  To highlight the new fidelity, 92.7 Mix FM is playing a 80’s vinyl album in its entirety every Friday during August for the stations tactic, 80’s August.  Content Director Ryan Khay said “we wanted to showcase the new sound of Mix FM after the new processor was installed, by playing a classic 80’s vinyl album in its entirety, a great way to showcase the audio dynamics, clicks and pops included”. “before iTunes where we purchase only the songs we like, listening to a full album was a real experience, we look forward to bringing back that experience uninterrupted  during 80’s August”.

World Record Broken for Most People Singing on a Live Radio Broadcast

The world record for most people singing live on a radio broadcast was previous set on July 2011 by 3,885 people from The Biggest Band (UK) at Wembley Arena, London, and broadcast live to air by Resonance FM UK.  On Thursday  July 3, 2014 this was broken by Hillsong’s Young and Free, when over 4,000 conference delegates sang live from Olympic Park Homebush, and were broadcast live across Sydney on Hope 103.2.  The large gathering sangYoung and Free’s hit song ‘Alive’ acapella, and Hope 103.2’s Breakfast Team Aaron and Dan, decked out in their Hope 103.2 Purple Onesies, were there to start the ball rolling and cross live on-air.The entire performance was captured live on video which can be watched here: YOUTUBE.    Half of Hope’s breakfast duo, Dan Widdowson said, “it was an amazing experience to see so many young people singing their hearts out, and awesome to hear that broadcast live on the air!”

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