Welcome back to another episode of B&T’s Fast 30 podcast!
As usual, we’re talking about this week’s biggest media stories including what’s next for MasterChef following the sensational exit of Gary, Matt and George, Woolies’ new media arm, the real reason Instagram removed ‘likes’, the SCA streaker and where are all the good ads?
We also have a very insightful chat with Chaser boys Dom Knight and Charles Firth, discussing ‘The Donald Trump of Australian radio’, our addiction to the culture of outrage, where are all the funny ads?, and are the media being played? We also ask the big question: is radio going to die?
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