Who we are

The Music Network has been Australia’s leading source of music business news, interviews, analysis, airplay charts and jobs since 1994.

From television producers and music supervisors to radio’s top music directors and streaming’s hard-to-reach playlist curators: TMN reaches the most influential people working in music, media, marketing and entertainment in Australia and around the world.


Publisher & Editor
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Publisher & Editor

Jake Challenor has worked in the business of music, media and entertainment for over 15 years.

In that time, he’s managed Platinum-selling artists and hosted a national drive show on Australian commercial radio.

He now reports on the intersection of both industries as the publisher and editor of The Music Network and Radio Today, two of Australia’s most respected and widely-read B2B trade media outlets.

Editorial Team

Assistant Editor

Zanda Wilson has worked in the music and media industry since 2014.

After completing internships with Backyard Opera and The BRAG magazine, he spent several years as a contributor and part-time editor for Warner Music’s Cool Accidents and new music blog The Interns.

Zanda has since worked as a news reporter for Evolve Media’s suite of publications Music Feeds, Crave Australia and The Fashion Spot.

He joined the team at The Music NetworkRadio Today team as news editor in 2017, and currently serves as assistant editor of both sites.

Contributing Editor

Christie Eliezer is a contributing editor for The Music Network. His publishes a popular weekly column in Melbourne’s Beat, previously also syndicated through The Brag in Sydney and DB in Adelaide.

He remains the Australian & New Zealand correspondent for Pollstar and wrote the best selling book High Voltage — Seven Movers and Shakers in the Australian Music Industry, published in 2007 by Omnibus.


Airplay Charts

For professionals who need to know what tracks are being played and heard each week, the TMN Hot 100 Powered by Radio Monitor is Australia’s official national airplay chart.

The Hot 100 is used by record labels to report on their weekly performance, and by radio programmers, music directors and playlist curators.

It’s the only Australian airplay chart to weigh spins against radio listener data and deliver the industry a true reflection of the most heard tracks each week across Australia.

TMN also publishes Hot 100 and Hot 40 market share by record label, and predict the hottest new Singles to Radio and Most Added to Radio, each Friday.


Contact Us

For all editorial enquiries or comments, please contact one of the above editorial team members. For all other enquiries, including advertising and event partnerships, please use the below form.