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Mitchell's Front Page

Mitchell's Front Page
Talk, editorials, current affairs, reviews, news and more!
PresentersMitchell Dye
TypeTalk
Keywords
Websitemitchellsfrontpage.com
 
Mondays 9:00am - 11:00am
Tuesdays 9:00am - 11:00am

Mitchell’s Front Page is Geelong’s only radio program on a Monday and Tuesday morning that keeps you informed on the issues affecting the region. Presented in a current affairs format, the program features a mix of news, sport, information and lighter content.

The award-winning program started in July 2014. Mitchell Dye, the host of the program was born and bred in Geelong, and has been involved in Geelong radio since 2006.

Every episode gives an extensive insight into the issues of the day and encourages listener feedback on talkback, email and social media.

The program goes to air live from the Geelong studios of 94.7 The Pulse. Listeners can tune in to 94.7FM in the Geelong region, and can listen online at mitchellsfrontpage.com/listen. Program highlights, features and specials are podcast at mitchellsfrontpage.com so you can listen anytime.

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The program compliments Scanlan’s Front Page which appears at the same time on a Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with Denis Scanlan.

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Mon-Tue from 9-11am on 94.7 The Pulse

  • April 18- Bernadette Uzelac, CEO- Geelong Chamber of Commerce
    Bernadette Uzelac, CEO of the Geelong Chamber of Commerce appeared on the program, looking at the new Victorian Fair Payment Code as announced by Minister for Small Business Philip Dalidakis. She also spoke about the Chamber’s upcoming AGM and paid tribute to former Chamber President Sue De Gilio.

  • Chinese cybercrime hits Australian major events and tourist attractions in sophisticated social media scam
    Some of Australia?s best-loved attractions and events are being hit by a sophisticated scam operating throughChinese social media platform WeChat, stealing potentially millions from Australian businesses. Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chief Executive Mark Stone AM caught up with the show and said that the issue was more widespread and pervasive than it appeared when the scam first emerged last year. ?Last year, [the] Sydney Harbour Bridge climb reported it had lost more than $100,000, and we were aware some Victorian operators had been hit, but we discovered [that] this is just the tip of the iceberg,? he said. The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has launched an awareness campaign on the issue.

  • April 18- Talking Tech with Trent Geddes
    Trent Geddes joined the program for his weekly segment, Talking Tech. This segment talks about how to protect yourself from online scams, the rollout of the NBN and some of the question marks about how Facebook deals with inappropriate content.

  • April 18- Wiley Sims from Smartline
    Wiley Sims from Smartline appeared on Mitchell’s Front Page, to discuss the ‘how to’ of paying off your home loan more quickly.

  • April 18- Encompass Community Services
    Kiane McKinlay from Encompass Community Services joined the show to recap on the Pumpkin Fair 2017. She also spoke about new training from Encompass and their next event.


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Mon-Tue from 9-11am on 94.7 The Pulse


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