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Oct 17 2012

Great news from the Australian Commercial Radio Awards (the ACRAs) held over the weekend at Sydney's Darling Harbour, where nine AFTRS radio graduates and six AFTRS radio guest lecturers & mentors scooped up awards in front of a crowd of 1,300 plus


The 2012 ACRA Radio alumni honour roll is as follows:

  • Jack Laurence: Sea FM, Gold Coast QLD, Southern Cross Austereo. Best Music Presenter (Provincial)
  • Chris Holland: Star FM Dubbo NSW. Southern Cross Austereo. Best Music Presenter (Country)
  • Dan Hill: NXFM, Newcastle NSW. Southern Cross Austereo. Best Music Director (Provincial)
  • Ryan Khay: Sea FM & MIX FM, Maroochydore QLD. Southern Cross Austereo. Best Program Director (Provincial)
  • Reegan McLaughlin: Radar, Sydney NSW. Southern Cross Austereo. Best Digital Radio Format, Long Term.
  • Nick Condon: Elf Radio, National. Australian Radio Network. Best Digital Radio Format, Short Term.
  • Andrew Very: Gold FM, Gold Coast QLD. Southern Cross Austereo. 'Gold FM Unflogged 400' Best Musical Special (Provincial)
  • Marc Dwyer: 2CFM, Gosford NSW. Southern Cross Austereo. Elite Smash Repairs. Best Station Produced Commercial Campaign.
  • Peter Davidson: 2CC Canberra ACT. Capital Radio Network- '2CC Christmas Lights' Best Multimedia Execution, Sales.
Award winning AFTRS Radio Guest Lecturers & Mentors:

  • Andrew Very: as above
  • Max Healey: Fairfax Radio Network.
 Excellence in Engineering
  • Derek Bargwanna: 2DAY FM, Sydney NSW. Southern Cross Austereo. Best Program Director (Metropolitan)
  • Michael Moffett: 2EC & Power FM, Bega NSW. Grant Broadcasters. Best Pprogram Director (Country)
  • Chantalle Taylor: 2DAY FM, Sydney NSW. Southern Cross Austereo. Best Promotions Director (Metropolitan)
Congratulations to all.

Acknowledgement

The Australian Film Television Radio and School would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Bidjigal people and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, on whose land we meet, work, study and teach. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from all nations of this land.