Ella Hooper is Front and Centre for SCA and Queens of the Drone Age join iHeart Australia

Award-winning, entertainer, Ella Hooper, is the host of SCA’s new music podcast, Front & Centre, and will also be heard on Triple M 90’s as workday host.
The Front & Centre podcast and the Triple M 90’s station are both available via the LiSTNR app.
Having spent more than 20 years in the spotlight as frontwoman of Australian band, Killing Heidi, Ella has forged an enviable media career across TV and radio with her authenticity, broad appeal and as a respected pop culture vulture.
Front & Centre is where a spotlight will be shone on the biggest names in music and Ella will share their stories and work through exclusive interviews kicking off with artists including Lorde, Benee, Green Day, The Living End, The Killers and Imagine Dragons.
From 2012 -2015, Ella hosted SCA’s Top 20 Countdown and in 2012 earned an ACRA for Best Newcomer.
She says, “I’m thrilled to be back on air and in the exciting digital audio world with LiSTNR,
bringing fresh content via the podcast and am relishing the chance to wax lyrical about my favourite musical decade, the 90’s.”
SCA Head of Music, Mickey Maher, says, “As an artist herself Ella will bring a unique insight and storytelling ability to her Front & Centre features and as the front person of one of Australia’s biggest bands of the 90’s no one is better placed to host workdays on Triple M 90’s. We are delighted that someone with Ella’s charm, quick wit, intelligence and musical knowledge has joined our ranks to front not one, but two, music projects for us.” 

iHeartPodcast Network Australia have announced a new partnership with the Australian creators of Queens of the Drone Age.
The weekly tech podcast shares fun, accessible and conversational behind-the-scenes tech insights from four industry experts and prominent Australian tech journalists Angharad Yeo (ABC), Rae Johnston (SBS), Amanda Yeo (Mashable) and Tegan Jones (Gizmodo).
Of the new partnership, Amanda Yeo said, “We’re absolutely stoked to be joining the iHeartPodcast Network. We were thrilled when iHeart approached us after our second episode dropped in January, and joining forces just seemed like a no-brainer! “Our vision for Queens of the Drone Age has always been to make tech friendly, accessible, and fun.
“Tech is for everyone, and it’s been heart-warming to see so many people tuning in to geek out with us every week. Working with the iHeartPodcast Network will help us reach new audiences, and provide fresh opportunities to grow our podcast even further. All of us are very excited to continue expanding Queens of the Drone Age with iHeart’s support.”
The addition of this new title is part of iHeartPodcast Network’s ongoing commitment to supporting innovative Australian content creators and providing diverse commercial opportunities across a range of genres.
ARN’s Head of Digital Audio Corey Layton says, “The moment we pressed play on Queens of the Drone Age we knew it is destined to be a hit. The calibre and camaraderie of the hosts
are exceptional, not to mention the show’s title. The Queen’s inviting take on tech is what makes this podcast perfect for listeners and brands alike.”



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