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Austereo Radio Network formerly operated commercial radio networks in metropolitan and regional areas of Australia. Wikipedia

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  • Australian Idol was televised on Network Ten for all seven series and was broadcast on the Southern Cross Austereo Radio Network between 2005 and 2007.Australian Idol-Wikipedia
  • In March 2011, Southern Cross Media launched an A$714 million takeover bid of national radio broadcaster, the Austereo Group.Southern Cross Austereo-Wikipedia
  • On 6 April 2011 shareholders of the Austereo Group accepted the takeover bid, giving SCM a more than 90% share in the company.Southern Cross Austereo-Wikipedia
  • In August he became a regular presenter on The Know, a pop culture program on the pay TV channel MAX and has also been a presenter of the Planet Rock program on the Austereo network.Jimmy Barnes-Wikipedia
  • In August 2009, The Kyle and Jackie O Show was put into "indefinite recess" by the Austereo network as a result of a controversial on-air stunt on his morning show on 29 July 2009.Kyle Sandilands-Wikipedia
  • Rove, Peter and Corinne hosted a radio program originating from FOX FM in Melbourne for Austereo's Today Network, and selected regional stations until 2004.Rove (TV series)-Wikipedia
  • As mainstream pop radio struggled to establish itself on the FM band, commercial stations like those owned by Austereo constantly monitored what songs and acts were doing well on triple j and would then introduce the most 'saleable' of them into their own playlists.Triple J-Wikipedia
  • The Hit Network started in 1980 as the Austereo Network, with Austereo securing the first commercial FM licence in Adelaide in 1980.Hit Network-Wikipedia
  • Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) is an Australian group of companies formed in July 2011 by the merger of Southern Cross Media Group and Austereo Group.Southern Cross Austereo-Wikipedia
  • The station was sold to the Lamb Family in February 1987, who sold it again to radio group Austereo in May 1989.2Day FM-Wikipedia
  • In March 2011, Southern Cross Media launched a A$714m takeover bid of national radio broadcaster, the Austereo Group.Austereo Radio Network-Wikipedia
  • On 6 April 2011 shareholders of the Austereo Group accepted the takeover bid, giving SCM a more than 90% share in the company.Austereo Radio Network-Wikipedia
  • (In 1980, Thompson had established Double-S-A FM (now HIT 107) as the first FM commercial radio station in Adelaide, which led to the formation of radio giant Austereo.)FIVEaa-Wikipedia
  • The main commercial operators are the Capital Radio Network (2CA and 2CC), and Austereo/ARN (104.7 and Mix 106.3).Canberra-Wikipedia
  • They have also made appearances on many Austereo radio shows, occasionally filling in for Kyle & Jackie O, Matt & Jo or Fifi and Jules when a regular presenter fell ill.Hamish & Andy-Wikipedia
  • The main commercial operators are the Capital Radio Network (2CA and 2CC), and Austereo/ARN (104.7 and Mix 106.3).Australian Capital Territory-Wikipedia
  • On 3 April 2006, Martin returned to the Austereo network to produce a nationally syndicated show with Ed Kavalee and Richard Marsland on Triple M Network named Get This.Tony Martin (comedian)-Wikipedia
  • In 1988, the Austereo group purchased the station from Hoyts, intending to use it as a vehicle to bid for an FM conversion licence.HIT 105-Wikipedia
  • "Crazy" was picked up by Austereo's Triple M network and lead to a live performance on the Seven Network's program The Morning Show.Ash Grunwald-Wikipedia
  • "ARC Music Television", owned by Austereo, was launched three years after MTV ended on the Nine Network on 14 June 1996 in a joint venture with, then, music giant Austereo and Village Roadshow through Optus Television to become a twenty-four-hour music channel playing pop music and airing original programming.MTV (Australia and New Zealand)-Wikipedia
  • Grundy also had shares in WAM Capital, Austereo, Argus Solutions and Photon Group.Reg Grundy-Wikipedia
  • After The Late Show finished, Molloy developed, again with Martin, the successful Austereo radio programme, Martin/Molloy (1995–98), which produced three ARIA award winning compilation albums, The Brown Album (1995), Poop Chute (1996) and Eat Your Peas (1998).Mick Molloy-Wikipedia
  • In 2002, the Austereo radio network signed Peter Helliar, to appear alongside TV colleagues Rove McManus and Corinne Grant on the weekly program Saturday Morning Rove, broadcasting from Fox FM every Saturday from 10 am to midday after being pre-recorded the day before.Peter Helliar-Wikipedia
  • The act would be sponsored by the Austereo radio network, New Idea magazine and signed to Warner Music Group.Bardot (Australian band)-Wikipedia
  • In 2002, Austereo commissioned Roving Enterprises to create a weekly radio program starring McManus alongside regular Rove colleagues Peter Helliar and Corinne Grant, the show was originally called Saturday Morning Rove and was broadcast on Fox FM every Saturday from 10 am to midday, it was pre-recorded the day before to allow the performers to have a full weekend of other media commitments.Rove McManus-Wikipedia
  • Aside from the station itself, the feed was aired on the Austereo-owned Triple M Network, the Macquarie Regional RadioWorks-owned LocalWorks network, and the DMG Radio Australia-owned Nova and Vega networks.Sound Relief-Wikipedia
  • In Australia, the Stafford Brothers host their weekly radio show on Austereo Radio Network.Stafford Brothers-Wikipedia
  • Stafford Brothers host their weekly radio show on Austereo Radio Network.Stafford Brothers-Wikipedia
  • Ayres was an account executive for Austereo (2DayFM and Triple M radio stations), and returned to the Australian College of Physical Education in 2008, initially as student recruitment manager and then later as director of marketing and business development.Stuart Ayres-Wikipedia
  • Lucy was a regular on Mick Molloy and Tony Martin's radio show Martin/Molloy (1995–1998), and over the following decade she co-hosted several popular radio programmes, including Triple J's The Ladies Lounge (with Helen Razer) (1997) and the Austereo Network's Foxy Ladies (with Kaz Cooke) (1998), The Friday Shout (with Peter Rowsthorn) (2003), The Judith Lucy Show (with Peter Helliar) (2004) and The Arvo (with Peter Helliar) (2005).Judith Lucy-Wikipedia

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