Radio Moves as Autumn begins

Australian Radio Industry People Movements over the past week or so…

After four years at ARN and 15+ years in the radio industry, Martin Cohen is leaving to pursue personal interests and to spend more time with his family. He joined ARN in January 2015 as the National Revenue & Trading Manager and has been involved in a number of  projects including system training and roll-out of Adventure and Wide Orbit in 2016. 

1 March 2019

Mel Heldon farewells radio

One of the loveliest Radio chicks has called it a day. Mel Heldon, who started off at 2PK/ROK FM in 2003 has switched off the mic at Zoo FM after her final Breakfast Show with her partner in life Daniel Hilliard. Over more than 15 years she has worked at Star FM/River in Albury, 2GZ/Star Orange, Star 104.5 Central Coast, Real FM/2MG.  She is staying in Dubbo where she’s a big part of Relay For Life and working with a local digital marketing company.

1 March 2019

Brendon ‘Whippy’ Dangar will be returning to the sunny Gold Coast as Content Director of 1029 Hot Tomato. Read more…

1 March 2019

Ben Wood will take up the role as anchor of Bridge & Spida for Breakfast from March 18. Read more…

28 February 2019

The Morrison government has confirmed cabinet had chosen author, publisher, radio and television personality Ita Buttrose as the ABC’s next chair to  fill the void left by the resignation of Justin MilneRead more…

27 February 2019

NOVA Entertainment has appointed Nick Wokes to the role of Head of Digital Audio Sydney. With over 14 years strategic media and communications experience, most recently Wokes was General Manager of Initiative Sydney. Previously he has held the roles of Vice President, Strategy for Zenith New York, and was Communications Director for Match Media. Read more…


25 February 2019

Gary “Gazza” McIlroy is leaving 4KZ Innisfail to join Paul Makin’s FAB FM in Port Douglas stepping into the 1-4pm shift at the station on March 4th. Read more..


24 February 2019

Camille Cannings has been appointed to the role of EP on Nova 106.9’s Brisbane breakfast show, while Samantha Rose (Sam) Spence is on maternity leave.
22 February 2019