Signal strength

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Welcome to the aircheck website for Australian Radio, if you’re on facebook be sure and hit the like button to keep an eye on the new stuff. Almost at 270 likes thanks people keep telling your friends and in time we’ll probably hit the magic 1000 mark

If you’re on Facebook you might like to join the new group “The Radio Airchecker” put down some comments on the topics surrounding Prep and on-air presentation there are several Australian radio groups on Facebook this one adds to the bunch but trying to have a point of difference, offering advice for aspiring young announcers

On the radio news front

There are a lot of New thingsĀ coming up in 2015

Most interesting of all is how will 2UE and the entire Fairfax radio network fair in the recent merger with Singletons Macquarie radio and on a sad note this year how will Perth listeners cope losing the iconic Rock station 96FM after 34 years after the speculated conversion to the ARN KIIS Brand,

From the author of this now established and dedicated Australian radio aircheck website, as many people who know my thoughts, Radio as we know it today including music radio has at least 10 maybe even 20 years yet, mind you social media still needs to be harnessed and utilized more effectively

Regards

Andrew

if you have a contribution let me know, we can share it

 
Thank youThe Industry publicationĀ  “Jocks Journal” has an always informative website http://www.newmedia.com.au/main.html

Andrew

 

I am always on the lookout for older stuff from the 70’s particularly, if you can help check the about page here where you can now upload airchecks in wav or mp3 format

 

 

7 thoughts on “Signal strength

  1. Robert Allan

    Re Aircheck 1973 3DB Melbourne
    Station ID/promo: John Anderson
    Time/Temperature call: Jim Slade

    I grew up with 3DB,

    Cheers,
    Robert Allan.

    Reply
    1. andrew Post author

      thanks for the details on the 3DB aircheck, people often send airchecks but with no background and it can be hard to track down the relevant information.
      Hope you check back soon and spread the word

      cheers
      theradioantenna

      Reply

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