Radio Moves of the Month

Australian Radio Industry People Movements over the past few weeks or so…


Carwyn Church – Triple M Esperance

Listeners across the Esperance region are now waking up to Carzo for Breakfast as Triple M 747 Esperance announces Carwyn Church as its new Breakfast announcer.


Michael Prevedello -2GN

Michael Prevedello has retired from radio, leaving behind his Goulburn radio station 2GN to enjoy retirement and some writing amid finishing his Theology degree. 

Frazer Johnson – 2WEB

AFTRS graduate Frazer Johnson has joined 2WEB Bourke and will work in news and on air roles.


Katrina Rathie – SBS

Katrina Rathie has been appointed a non-executive Director to the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) Board for five years. She is currently a non-executive Director on a range of boards in the education, sport and charitable sectors. She is also a member of the Advisory Board of Media Diversity Australia.


Janine Chatfield

Janine Chatfield has left SCA in Perth as Executive Producer Mix 94.5 Breakfast to try something completely new as Communications Manager in the mining sector. She told radioinfo that even though she will miss her SCA family, she is looking forward to a new challenge.


Jeremy Child – HT&E

HT&E has appointed Company Secretary & Taxation Director, Jeremy Child to the role of Chief Legal Officer and Company Secretary.


Justin Stevens – ABC

Justin Stevens has been appointed Director, ABC News, Analysis and Investigations, replacing Gaven Morris. He was previously 7.30 Executive Producer on ABC TV.

Miriam Belle

AFTRS alumni, Miriam Belle, is the newest producer on the Jonesy and Amanda show having worked at KIIS1065 as promotions manager for the past twelve months.

Scott Menz

Former Triple M Content Director Scott Menz is launching a new venture, aimed at helping businesses and organisations create their brands’ own bespoke podcast series.


Jeff Thomas



Jacqui Kassulke

Former SCA Music Director Jacqui Kassulke has joined Deloitte Digital as a senior consultant.


Ford Ennals

The new CEO to replace Joan Warner at CRA has been named as Ford Ennals, currently CEO of Digital Radio UK.