Join 3RRR 'Under the sun' presenter, Jonathan Alley, as he discusses how the media and music consumption landscape has transformed considerably since the station's inception in 1976.
With the advent of streaming and downloading services that talk to social media, Jonathan poses the question: how does 3RRR maintain its relevance to a music-savvy audience with more options available to them than at any other time in history?
This free event is presented as part of our summer exhibition ON AIR: 40 years of 3RRR, celebrating Australia's largest and most successful independent radio station.
About Jonathan Alley
Jonathan Alley has been a broadcaster at 3RRR since 1993, presenting the programs 'Tough culture' (1993–2005) and 'Under the sun' (2006 onwards). He has also worked in the Australian home entertainment industry, and as a writer and editor in music journalism for various publications and broadcasters. He is also the writer and director of the film Love in bright landscapes: the story of David McComb of The Triffids.