About Dylan Caple

Based out of Western Sydney, the traditional lands of the Darug people, Dylan Caple is an established Youth Leader within his local community and a passionate radio enthusiast.

Dylan completed his Year 12 HSC at Glenwood High School, where he co-established Glenwood Radio, a student-run and focused radio station. This offered students and teachers alike the opportunity to produce and announce radio programs without the stress, drama, politics and financial cost of external community radio stations in the area, with the nearest charging $22.50 per hour. Uptake was vast, and the station continued after Dylan’s graduation from high school.

Furthering his career in commercial audio, Dylan is currently studying the Postgradute Radio & Podcasting degree at the  Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS).Dylan has also previously studied with the Community Media Training Organisation (CMTO), TAFE NSW and Macquarie University among others, becoming proactive within the University community by taking up employment and within student clubs and societies.

At the young age of 14, Dylan started volunteering at community radio stations in his local area. He continues to do this, reaping the rewards of community radio and connecting communities around him. In 2020, Dylan was a Finalist at the CBAA Community Radio Awards for the Outstanding Youth Contribution category, as well as being awarded Oustanding Volunteer of the year by his local radio station. There are many other awards Dylan has won or been a finalist for, which you can view here

Podcasts are available of the radio shows Dylan produced and announced on, including Tuesdaily (ind.), Saturday Wake Up (SWR 99.9 FM) and Saturday Morning Tunes (Alive 90.5 FM). He plans to produce more following readjusting to the university-work-life balance.

Despite being 20, Dylan has built himself an extensive career history, having worked at the Australian Radio Network (KIIS / Pure Gold / CADA / iHeartRadio Networks), Blacktown City Council, Macquarie University, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Art of Smart Education, working in a small start-up company, and various retail positions .

Tuesdaily Crew (L-R Adam Staples, Harry Green and Dylan Caple) with Stephen Bali MP, Member for Blacktown and Former Mayor of Blacktown City