Kyle Sandilands declares war after dodgy editing

SHOCK jock Kyle Sandilands has issued a grim on-air warning to his radio rivals, declaring he's been digging up dirt and 'D-Day' is coming for them.

This morning on the Kyle and Jackie O Show, Kyle launched a blistering attack on Nova, the "cheating, lying bastards" who were targeted by Media Watch.

The ABC watchdog had called them out in last night's episode for re-using audio of winners claiming a prize in both Sydney and Melbourne.

"This shocked me - through trickery and dodgy editing, they're making it sound like it's a winner in Melbourne and Sydney," Kyle ranted, explaining it was actually just one person being broadcast across both cities.

After playing audio clips of the Nova hosts that were aired during the program, he dug the boot in further.

"They copped a spray [on Media Watch] ... and rightly so."

And that was far from the end of his tirade.

"I'm not finished. This is only day one of my 'D-Day for radio,'" he warned.

"Bringing down the opposition is on Thursday. Nova - you should change your billboards to 'it's all over for Nova' ... and those clowns at 2DayFM, don't think you get out of it either.

"You're going to cop it as well. I've been digging around ... I've got some great s**t on people, things that people have done bad.

"Thursday - write it down. 2DayFM and Nova, you're in my sights. I have to tell everyone: there's some bad s**t going on."

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