Fresh 92.7’s Troy Sincock resigns as General Manager

Sincock has tendered his resignation as GM but will remain at 92.7.


‘To be clear,’ says Sincock, who held the GM position for ten years, ‘this is a resignation from the role, not the radio station. I have been involved at Fresh 92.7 since inception almost 20 years ago.

‘It has been my life, and I am honoured to have been of service to an organisation I love, and who’s values I personally share.’
Sincock has expressed pride in the station’s work toward providing career pathways for young people, resulting in employment in media and associated industries, artist and audience development through 92.7’s Contemporary Music Program, achieving BDO/Brand South Australia Fast Movers 2016 Top 25, and the station’s cultural impact on Adelaide.
‘Now in our 20th year it is time for someone else to take the lead and create the future with Fresh. I am looking forward to continuing my advocacy for Fresh for the next 20 years.

‘I would like to sincerely thank the Board for their support and our passionate and committed volunteers who are the lifeblood of our mighty station.

‘Special thanks to our outstanding staff who have stood by me and given their all through both challenging and rewarding times. I want to acknowledge you all for going above and beyond and seeing what’s possible. 

‘Next, my plans include further developing my business Dave And The Beanstalk (with David Grice) creating podcasts and telling people’s stories, facilitating opportunities for others, and using the skills and experience I have acquired from 26 years in radio in new and exciting ways.
‘Thank you for an amazing 10 years as General Manager.

Sincock’s final day in the role will be March 16.

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