Ever wondered what it's like to work in the world of Radio? We catch up with broadcasters around the Country who all say that their experience in this industry has been great! The perks, the learning, the experiences (good and bad) - all make working in radio one of the best jobs in the world!
Music Directors, Program Directors, On air music announcers, Breakfast teams, Breakfast show producers and News Readers will all benefit from this Podcast!
Listen Actively, Respond individually - Blair Woodcock (Episode 106)
This week on the show I catch up with Assistant Content Director at Triple M in Brisbane/ Content Director of Southern Regional QLD for SCA Blair Woodcock. Like a lot of announcers around the country Blair started his love of radio in Community Radio at a time share radio station in Brisbane while he was in high School Switch 97.3
After a number of years on the air it was an easy transition to move into Leadership and in this podcast Blair hands out some incredible lessons for those who want to take on the world of Content Directing.
Make your self indispensable - Azzan Schuster (Episode 105)
Azzan really is a jack of all trades holding down a number of positions with Positive Media in Melbourne. Azzan Started his journey in radio as a volunteer producer my my drive show in Melbourne a number of years ago. Azzan sat and watched for a while until the day he wanted to step up and have a go him self. Starting with a few voice tracks on the Digital station he worked his way into weekends on Light FM. As you'll hear in this interview he will try his hand at just about anything in radio to make himself indispensable.
Flying hours outside of Radio - Melanie Westbrook (Episode 104)
Melanie started her Radio career at Community Radio 5 Triple Y in Whyalla hosting the Council show before moving to TRAX in Port Pirie, South Australia. It wasn't long Before Melanie got some experience with the ABC as a show producer and realized her dream of working in Radio Full time. She started working with 5CC in Port Lincoln before launching her own Pod Cast - Dream Chasers!
Today on the show we talk all things radio of course but dive into the world of Podcasting where Melanie is currently exercising her creative skills, while looking for another job in the radio industry. As we know thanks to COVID there are as rare as hens teeth.
My radio Tree house - Kylie Stevenson (Episode 103)
Imagine growing up in a Country town with the dream of becoming a breakfast announcer on the local radio station. Kylie Stevenson did exactly that, after doing a lap of the map Kylie now hosts the local breakfast show on Triple M Bendigo. 3BO was the readio station Kylie knew as a kid growing up later changing to Triple M some years later. Kylie is versatile in her performance as an announcer and can do either a solo music show or a breakfast show. You'll get a lot out of this chat including validation on the statement that dreams do come true.
One club Player - Riley Rose Harper (Episode 102)
Producer of Victoria's Super Show on the Hit network Riley Rose Harper joins me for a chat on the podcast this week. Riley Rose is a one club (station) player so far in her career but certainly far from a one trick pony. Riley Rose has a number of skills in radio which equips her well for a long standing career in this game.
Top 50 Solo Jocks - Past and Present - Part 2 (Episode 101)
Well it's fair to say that last week created quite a bit of controversy with how the votes fell in the Top 50. Some people happy with how things went, others not so much! That's why these countdowns are so much fun. Who will be no#1 on the list that everyone is talking about at the moment? Listen and find out!
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Love the radio chat
Lots of radio people love chatting radio but this is also just super interesting to hear about career progression, people’s journeys and resilience in career. Leroy you do a great job!!
Having an interest in Radio , it nice to hear people’s stories, they are different , it always a great listen
Radio nerds need to listen
As someone in the industry I find the insight and ideas fascinating, but it’s the casual, friendly way that Leroy draws this out of his guests tabt nakes it trule enjoyable to listen to. Definitely recommend!