Community radio station 88.9fm to launch talk show after regional investigation | The head of the daily newspaper in the North


Local politicians may have to deal with the wrath of the local conversation, thanks to a shot from the local community radio station 88.9fm. The radio station recently commissioned Tamworth’s first radio listeners survey in a decade. They designed the talk segment as a direct response to the survey, which shows that most listeners want more “local news” or “local news”. READ MORE: Station general manager George Frame said John Wolfe will host the first talk show next Monday. “It’s not a full chat program, but actually twice a day for about five or six minutes people can make a live call,” he said. “We have installed equipment to avoid foul language.” Talkback will also be moderated by a producer to filter out offending callers. The Community Broadcast Association Australia’s listeners survey was conducted between May 10 and June 6 of this year, and the results were released last week. About 31,000 people listen each week, including 18,000 men and 13,000 women, according to the survey. Most listeners are between 40 and 54 years old, with this demographic representing 54% of all listeners. Two-thirds of listeners identified “local news” and “local news” as a reason for listening, with half mentioning “local voices” and “local personalities”. Local music was in fourth place, with just 43 percent. Meanwhile, the station has created three new companies to help administer it as it grows nationwide. The station’s first talkback show will air from 10:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. on Monday, September 27. Want more local information? Subscribe to the Leader to read it here first “If you think of it other than letters to the editor and this speech, there is no other way for community members to have the opportunity to express yourself [their opinion]”, he said.” People are reluctant to write, the average person is reluctant to write a letter to the member but pick up the phone and voice their point of view. “Should Barnaby Joyce and Colonel Murray fear the opinion of the masses?” That probably means they should have their facts correct, “said Mr Frame. Our reporters are working hard to provide local and up-to-date information to This is how you can continue to access our trusted content:


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