Triple J reshuffles its arts programming

National youth broadcaster Triple J announced last week that it was cancelling 'Artery', the network’s long-running arts and contemporary culture program, and reshuffling its arts programming across the network.
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National youth broadcaster Triple J announced last week that it was cancelling Artery, the network’s long-running arts and contemporary culture program, and reshuffling its arts programming across the network.

Artery’s Wednesday-night slot has been filled by SHORT.FAST.LOUD, a specialist punk program catering to that genre’s growing popularity amongst Triple J’s demographic.

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Ben Eltham
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