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The Melbourne Radio School has relaunched its brand to better reflect its role in training talent for the radio industry. It will now be known as the Radio Training Institute (RTI). RTI will also launch a new advanced careers course next year for people aspiring to work in radio. The renaming

Radio Training Institute is proud to be offering a new Sports Broadcasting Course in a compact format. Sports Broadcasting: Compact format.

The Radio Training Institute (formerly the Melbourne Radio School) has undergone a thorough review to ensure we remain true to our fundamental philosophy of continuous improvement in the past six months. This is to guarantee we continue to deliver to you the absolute best quality and unquestionably, most successful radio

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The long awaited Sports Broadcasting course is finally here. Radio Training Institute is excited to kick off the very first course commencing Tuesday 20th May.  

Having started in the industry from 
the age of 15, Peter Mercato has achieved a wide body of work, across a number of different stations. Peter was the voice of M-Sport on the Triple M network for a number of 
years and worked as a journalist there. In addition to

Having started as a commercial production assistant at Nova 91.9 in Adelaide, Danny O’Grady jumped ship and moved to SAFM/5MMM in 2010 and then to Melbourne’s Fox FM in 2011 for the launch of Fifi & Jules. Danny has contributed radio production and content for a number of national radio shows

Matt Saranceni has joined RTI as a Lecturer. With a host of successful comedy projects under his belt, Matt Saraceni has quickly established himself as one of the strongest up-and-coming comedy performers and producers in Australia. Born and raised in Perth, Matt tactfully avoided using his law degree and became