Radio Industry People Movements over the past week or so…
Former triple j host Linda Marigliano has unveiled her new podcast Tough Love, audio-journaling life’s toughest love lessons in real-time, as she navigates the challenges women face together but generally experience alone. Read more…
Beccy Cole has been named as the new presenter of ABC Radio’s flagship country music program Saturday Night Country. Read more
Ben ‘Dobbo’ Dobbin and fellow Triple M announcer, Elliott Lovejoy will present a locally built sports show, Rush Hour Queenslander on Goldies 925 Triple M. Read more
Corey Layton has been promoted to the newly created role of Head of Digital Audio and will head up ARN’s iHeartRadio and podcasting strategy. Read more.
Adam Williams has been promoted to the newly created role of Head of Audio Product & Innovation within ARN’s commercial team. Read more.
Michael Dargan has been promoted from his position as Head of Campaign Ideas to the new role of Head of Creative and will lead ARN’s creative agenda. Read more.
After four-and-a-half years in breakfast radio, Duncan Robinson (the Duncan in ‘Sam and Duncan’) has announced his departure from Hope 103.2 Breakfast. Read more…
First Nations Media Australia will begin recruiting for a new CEO following the resignation of Catherine Liddle in January. Read more.
BAI Communications (formally Broadcast Australia) have appointed Brendan O’Reilly to the global position of Chief Technology Officer, beginning in March this year.
Greg Blewett will join Triple M Adelaide’s The Rush Hour alongside Andrew Jarman and Bernie Vince.
Jane Kennedy will be stepping away from her role on Triple M’s national drive show, Kennedy Molloy, which she has co-hosted with Mick Molloy for the past three and a half years. Read more.
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