ARN has strengthened its investment in the future of digital audio and technology with Fayad Tohme (pictured) joining the business in the newly created role of Chief Digital and Technology Officer.
Reporting in to ARN CEO Ciaran Davis, the role sits within the Executive Leadership Team and is part of an ambitious roadmap and future strategy designed to further solidify the company’s position as the best audio business within the country.
Fayad will be responsible for the strategic direction and leadership of digital, data, technology, and product innovation for ARN and the team from Nova Entertainment, where he was Chief Digital Officer responsible for developing Nova’s digital strategy and commercial growth.
Prior to Nova, he has held a range of digital leadership positions across consulting, strategy, and transformation.
Ciaran Davis says, “We’re building the best broadcast radio and digital audio business in the country and are really excited about the roadmap we are developing. Fayad brings with him a wealth of knowledge and skills, and his appointment is a key part of ARN’s future to drive growth across existing and new digital platforms.”
Fayad Tohme says, “I’m thrilled to be part of a truly dynamic and inspiring business. ARN’s rich heritage in audio, creative and sale capabilities make me excited about the opportunity ahead. I’m looking forward to working with the team to help ARN achieve its next phase of growth and build Australia’s most innovative, digitally led audio business.”
Alongside the appointment of Fayad, ARN has also created a new Digital & Technology Leadership Team, which comprises of Tracey Gillan (Head of Commercial Operations), Corey Layton (Head of Digital Audio), Rich Howells (Head of Digital Commercial), Matt Ollerenshaw (Head of Broadcast and Workplace Technology) and a soon-to-be appointed Head of Business Solutions.