The station has already sold off some of its record collection to help keep it afloat.
It's been just over a month since the talkback station was unceremoniously shut down.
"I've been hired and fired and hired and let go and come back, but not now, I'm in charge."
The veteran broadcaster told listeners he'd waited several hours before getting help.
"I'm extremely concerned for the health and well-being of my mates and colleagues."
"I feel embarrassed I cared so much. I feel bad as I've let my family down."
It "ended with a fierce, confronting brutality that only Private Equity can wield".
On Thursday morning, the MediaWorks board proposed the station be shut down.
"It is going to move away ultimately from linear broadcasting and will be an entirely digital."