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Australia’s music artists are in dire straits – yet taxpayer-funded Triple J won’t shake its commercial flavour

By Sam Whiting, Lecturer - Creative Industries, University of South Australia
On June 12, Sydney musician and software engineer Harrison Khannah launched Triple J Watchdog, a website dedicated to aggregating and analysing the music played on Australia’s national youth broadcaster Triple J.

The site currently displays data from March 31 onward while Harrison continues work on backdating it to the beginning of this year. The site displays a range of Triple J metrics, including:

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