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Old 15-07-2013, 07:35
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Here's Rhys Holleran CEO of 2Day FM avoiding answering the simple question did the station seek the permission of the nurses involved to broadcast the call, he just refers to 'processses'.

Note Holleran says the DJ's have 'agreed' not to talk about thed call.

In December 2012 an Australian paper ran a story about staff having to under go regular training re content following previous breaches of rules.

The radio DJs linked to the death of the British nurse Jacintha Saldanha had been trained "not to air any prank calls without permission" and are now "playing dumb", a source from besieged Sydney station 2Day FM claims.
The source said all 2Day FM presenters, producers and content managers were compelled to undergo "decency and standards" training every six months, in compliance with a ruling from the industry watchdog. An Austereo spokeswoman said the station ''goes above and beyond these requirements'' by running the training every three months.
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