702 ABC Sydney to farewell Andy Henley

After five years as the 702 ABC Sydney Local Content Manager and 30 years at the ABC, Andy Henley has announced his retirement from the ABC.
“It has been an absolute pleasure and a privilege to work at the ABC,” said Andy.
“Over the past 30 years I have had many roles, but my time as the manager of 702 and ABC Local Radio NSW, has been a particular highlight. I have been lucky enough to work with an amazing, creative team of people, who bring their passion for radio and the audience to work each day. It is a privilege I will miss.”
Andy started with the national broadcaster as a Technical Operator in 1985, before moving into content roles, firstly as a producer, then moving into management in 1997 as Program Director 666 ABC Canberra. He went on to manage the station, leaving in 2006 to take up other management roles within Local Radio and then starting at 702 in 2010.
Jeremy Millar
, Manager ABC Local Radio Metro, said Andy has made a fine contribution to ABC Local Radio over the years.
“His commitment to Local Radio and audiences across Australia, particularly in Canberra and Sydney has been extensive. He has discovered and supported some outstanding radio talent, and helped deliver great content for audiences. We wish him all the best for the future.”
Andy will finish in the role 18 September 2015.

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