JOY 94.9 live broadcast

enadmin, 15th May 2014

From 4.00pm on Friday, 16 May, the eve of the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT),  the AFL and JOY 94.9 will again join forces with an outside broadcast live from the concourse at Etihad Stadium.

JOY will explore key topical issues of our community regarding vilification and discrimination in sport. Featuring special guests and interviews with openly gay Australian Rules footballer Jason Ball, Collingwood's Luke Ball, former AFL player and commentator Dwayne Russell, 2014 Victorian Australian of the Year John Caldwell and more.

It al starts at 4.00pm in the lead up to the Essendon Bombers taking on the Sydney Swans, so come along and see JOY in action on Friday 16 May, live from the concourse at Etihad Stadium or tune in live on JOY 94.9fm or streaming live online.

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