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Rugby League stars join Nine's WWOS radio show

By Press Release - Nine

16 February 2020 1min read

By Press Release - Nine

16 February 2020 1min read

The biggest names in rugby league are joining the new Wide World of Sports radio show this month.

The man regarded as the greatest fullback to play the game, Billy Slater; NSW’s most capped captain, Paul Gallen; and Blues Origin coach Brad Fittler will be giving their opinions and insights on the biggest stories in rugby league and engaging directly with listeners on 2GB and 4BC.

Slater will join WWOS host Mark Levy on Mondays, with Gallen on Tuesdays and Fittler on every Wednesday, while the former long-time TV host of Wide World of Sports, Ken Sutcliffe, will be a special guest each Thursday night for “Kenny’s Corner”.

Meanwhile, The Continuous Call Team will be back in 2020 with a lineup including Mark Levy, Darryl Brohman, Erin Molan, Mark Riddell, David Morrow, Jamie Soward, Anthony Griffin, Chris Warren, James Willis and Joel Caine. Ray Hadley will continue to call State of Origin games and the NRL Grand Final.

Let’s go. What do you think?

By Press Release - Nine

16 February 2020 1min read

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At Nestle early in my career as a brand manager during the last recession, the company’s philosophy was to increase spending through the downturn, talk to consumers and drive brand awareness. Throughout this period Nestle kept advertising and used the increase in spend to come out the other side even stronger.           

So where does this leave us today, and what should advertisers be thinking in the midst of such a difficult situation?

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