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See all the photos from the 2013 National Radio Conference 

The 2013 National Radio Conference was held in Brisbane at the Royal International Convention Centre on October 11. The annual conference is a highlight for the Australian radio industry and has featured legendary keynote speakers over the past few years including Sir Michael Parkinson, Sir Bob Geldof, Clive James, Barry Humphries, John Cleese, Kelsey Grammer and Sharon Osbourne. The National Radio Conference is held every year in October along with the Australian Commercial Radio Awards.

Commercial radio’s annual events get bigger and bigger each year as our members attend in large numbers to hear about the latest developments in radio and the media. The Conference also provides a great networking opportunity, a forum for robust discussion and the chance to catch up with friends and colleagues in the industry.

                

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Want more information on how your brand/products can be showcased and aligned with the 2014 National Radio Conference; giving you exposure to the largest gathering of commercial radio professionals in the southern hemisphere? For details on 2014 sponsorship opportunities – click here or email julie.warner@commercialradio.com.au  

 
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