Radio Today has unveiled its top 10 most powerful women on Australian FM Radio in 2020.
Radio Today spent considerable time talking to industry experts and factored in the thoughts of leading radio programmers about who they consider being in the Top 10.
They also factored in the thoughts of leading radio programmers and took into account market size and the competitive landscape.
1. Jackie ‘O’ Henderson – KIIS 106.5 (steady)
2. Chrissie Swan – Nova 100 (+)
3. Amanda Keller – WSFM (-)
4. Carrie Bickmore – Hit Network (+)
5. Kate Ritchie – Nova Network (+)
6. Jane Kennedy – Triple M Network (+)
7. Abby Burdon – Hit105 (+)
8. Fifi Box – Fox FM (-)
9. Robin Bailey – 97.3FM (-)
10. Susie O’Neil – Nova 106.9 (new)
Publisher and editor of The Music Network and Radio Today Jake Challenor said: “Every year Radio Today looks to the industry to help compile a list of the most powerful women on FM radio. Toegther we evaluate and debate profile, ratings, growth and influence in determining the Top 10.
“This year’s final selection are true stars, with a number of standout changes from 2019.”
“Again this year #1 goes unchanged as Jackie O holds her position, courtesy of continued double-digit survey results and a primetime TV gig.
“It’s also great to see Nova’s Chrissie Swan move up and Susie O’Neill arrive following the departure of Kate Longbroek from her full-time Drive show on the Hit Network.”
You can see the 2019 list here.
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