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Game Changers: Radio

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Love radio? Want to make it in the radio industry? Game Changers: Radio gives you access to intimate conversations with those who have known success and failure in their radio careers.

We’ve spoken to the best of the best in Australia: Hamish Blake, Andy Lee, Eddie McGuire, Fifi Box, Tony Martin, Mick Molloy, Amanda Keller and Kyle Sandilands, to name a few. We’ve also spoken to the best in the United Kingdom, including Christian O’Connell and Ken Bruce, and even a few stars from the United States, like Broadway Bill Lee.

Follow our Host Craig Bruce (@cb_bruce) and Executive Producer Jay Mueller (@bad_producer), and check out www.radiogamechangers.com for more.

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CHAPTER EIGHT - Was that ok?
Game Changers: Radio - Insights and lessons from the world's best radio broadcasters and programmers.  Book available now from Amazon.  Produced by Bad Producer Productions. 
CHAPTER SEVEN -  The Execs
Game Changers: Radio - Insights and lessons from the world's best radio broadcasters and programmers.  Book available now from Amazon.  Produced by Bad Producer Productions. 
CHAPTER SIX - The Deals
Game Changers: Radio - Insights and lessons from the world's best radio broadcasters and programmers.  Book available now from Amazon.  Produced by Bad Producer Productions. 
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Podcast Details
Started
Apr 7th, 2016
Latest Episode
Oct 11th, 2019
Release Period
Daily
No. of Episodes
115
Avg. Episode Length
37 minutes
Explicit
Yes

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