Andrew Khedoori

Australian Music Radio Airplay Project

As head of CBAA’s AMRAP (Australian Music Radio Airplay Project) initiative, Andrew Khedoori oversees distribution of new Australian music to community radio stations nationwide where listenership and interest in new Australian music is at its highest ever. Since its inception, AMRAP has delivered over 500,000 tracks to community radio stations across Australia. Previously Music Director at Sydney’s popular 2SER-FM, Andrew presided over music programming to present a successfully diverse and dynamic program schedule that gave acts such as Gotye their first airplay. He has presented countless radio shows and interviewed everyone from new local bands to legends such as David Byrne, Neneh Cherry and Henry Rollins. Andrew also co-founded world-renown independent label Preservation, releasing acclaimed and stylistically diverse works from all over the globe as well as Australia.

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