SCA appoints Jennifer Goggin to PodcastOne Australia

A former podcast producer with the BBC, Goggin joins PodcastOne as Content Director. 

Jennifer Goggin appointed Content Director – PodcastOne Australia. 

Jennifer starts her new role on 26 March (reporting to Grant Tothill), and replaces Jaime Chaux who is leaving SCA to become Head of Digital at Commercial Radio Australia.

As a radio, documentary and podcast producer, Jennifer’s career has spanned podcasting, online, social media and radio broadcasting.

During her time as a podcast producer with the BBC, Jennifer has been responsible for all elements of podcast production from concept to publishing.  
In her new role, Jennifer is responsible for the successful execution of PodcastOne Australia’s content strategy. 
Together with the Head of PodcastOne, Jennifer will be responsible for the selection, commissioning and development of new original podcasts. 

Her broad role includes; managing the PodcastOne US and Australian content slate, managing the team of podcast producers, overseeing the PodcastOne digital social lead to create compelling social and digital content to deliver audience reach and engagement via digital platforms, supporting monetisation of the content and managing the relationship between PodcastOne Australia and PodcastOne US content teams.

On her appointment Jennifer said, “”I am delighted to be joining the PodcastOne family. Podcasting has been my passion and obsession for a number of years and I look forward to creating more of the premium, entertaining and engaging output that PodcastOne is already known for.” 
Grant Tothill, Head of PodcastOne Australia said “We are thrilled to welcome Jennifer to the PodcastOne team.  As an experienced podcast maker and qualified journalist, she is a wonderful addition to our growing podcasting family and with her experience and qualifications brings new thinking to our team.
“We haven’t even reached our first birthday yet and PodcastOne is growing in its popularity and reach every week driven primarily through its domestic podcasts. With over 40 original locally created podcasts, and with many more in development, the growth of the business is showing Australians are hungry for high quality story-telling audio on demand.”


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