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EON are the new owners of 1170 2CH in Sydney.

They are advertising in the SMH today a change of location for their transmitter.


A Sunshine Beach woman has agreed to be locked in a small room at 92.7 Mix FM Sunshine Coast, listening to the same Adele song, ‘Rolling in the Deep’ 1500 times.

75 hours of non-stop Adele.

48-year-old Evonne Mitchell was dared by her teenage children to make the pledge, in an effort to WIN TWO Gold tickets to see Adele LIVE at The Gabba, this Sunday.

Breakfast duo, Mark and Caroline, who devised the cruel and unusual competition say they were very surprised at the response.

‘We thought no one would commit to more than one full day, one full hour would be enough for most people. We think Evonne is brave, dedicated and clearly just a little bit crazy,’ said Caroline.

Mark has promised Evonne he will show no mercy.

‘We have told Evonne she will be required to be in the Adele Room from 4am-7pm every day next week, 75 hours of nonstop Adele, and if she walks out midway, she loses the tickets.’

92.7 Mix FM Marketing & Promotions Director, Brooke Bennett said:

‘Evonne will be fed and watered, with appropriate toilet breaks, but she will be completely isolated for 75 hours, with no phone or distractions, she will not be allowed to sleep, and the whole thing will be broadcast via Facebook Live’​


Ian Rogerson has joined EON Broadcasting’s 2CH Sydney as Drive announcer.

He commences in the 3-7pm shift on 13 March.

Ian said:

“I am truly excited about joining the team at Sydney’s 2CH and I don’t say that because people expect me to, it’s because I am! Sydney’s 2CH is an historic brand and it’s great to be working with people who respect that and want it to grow”.

EON Group Content Director Rod Brice said:

“Ian’s experience in the Sydney market and his passion for excellence is just a couple of the reasons we are glad to welcome Ian to the 2CH team but mostly because he’s just a great bloke to work with. Sydney’s 2CH knows that the 50+ Sydney audience is looking for a musical home with personalities that understand the music and the life they live and we intend to give them one.”


EON Sports Radio is struggling with debt as high-profile commentators are owed wages.

EON Sports struggling


Unfortunately today was the last day of @EONSportsRadio. Having the chance to talk about sport was my childhood dream and can't thank EON...

— Ollie Geale (@OllieGeale) May 26, 2017




EON’s MIX 92.7 Sunshine Coast has a new logo, TVC and studios.