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Amy Collett ahs been appointed Group Content Director for Hit WA, which will require a move to Perth.  Amy starts on March 16 but is already transitioning into her new role and will work closely with the new HIT WA breakfast show Allan & Michelle.

24 February 2020

After the acquisition of the Redwave stations at the end of 2019 SCA has been busy restructuring its regional leadership team. Dan Cole becomes Triple M Content Director North West based out of Perth and looking after Karratha, Port Hedland, Broome, Geraldton, Triple M WA and Kalgoorlie.  Dan starts March 16.

24 February 2020

With the acquisition of the Redwave stations late last year SCA has restructured its regional leadership teams. Jarrod Cole will be Group Content Director for Triple M South West - overseeing Bunbury, Albany, Esperance, Northam & Merredin, Narrogin & Katanning. Based out of Bunbury, Jarrod's role commences March 16

24 February 2020

Sarah Forster will join Dave 'Rabbit' Rabbetts as Star 104.5’s new breakfast show, Rabbit & Sarah, from Monday following Julie Goodwin's decision to step back from the Breakfast show. Read more...


23 February 2020

Rado Adelaide manager Chris Leese has resigned. The station recently had an appeal for funds, which helped somewhat, but it has had ongoing funding issues since being cut loose from Adelaide University in 2016. Read more...


22 February 2020

Former Blue and Magpie, Dale ‘Daisy’ Thomas has joined the Triple M team for the 2020 Toyota AFL Premiership Season. Read more...

21 February 2020

Eleanor Hall is taking a break from the ABC Radio’s The World Today.

She’s taking a few months to head to art school.

But, she has reassured listeners that she’ll be back soon.

20 February 2020

Allan Aldworth (pictured) and Michelle Anderson have been announced as the new state wide regional breakfast hosts of Hit Breakfast in Western Australia. Read more here
20 February 2020

Alex James is the new host of 2SER 107.3 FM breakfast. Read more here.

20 February 2020

David Schwarz and Mark Allen who found themselves out of position when Macquarie Sports Radio was closed down  have been picked up by 3AW. They'll do a two and a half hour talk hour show prior to the Saturday night football kick off. 


19 February 2020

94.9 Power FM have a new breakfast duo - Kaley-Jade Baker and Andy Sands.

Kaley replaces Katie Fleming who left the station in December.


17 February 2020

KIIS 101's 'Jason 'Jase' Hawkins and Polly 'PJ' Harding have had their contracts renewed until the end of 2022. Read more...


16 February 2020

Natasha McFarlane
Natasha McFarlane is leaving Hit 104.7 Canberra and joining Win News.
14 February 2020

Changes at NZME from April include: Jono Pryor and Ben Boyce will host The Hits Breakfast, with current hosts Toni Street and Sam Wallace moving to Coast and a new powered-up breakfast show with Jason Reeves. Read more...


14 February 2020

Hamish Carter

Hamish Carter has revealed that he is leaving Hit South Queensland after a 20-year run at the station.

Read more here.

13 February 2020

SCA, having recently bought Redwave Media from 7 West Media, have now appointed its former GM, Ian Kennedy, as General Manager WA Regional North.


12 February 2020

Cameron Ling

Cats legend and AFL great Cameron Ling is moving to the ABC from 3AW after being caught in the crossfire of Nine's takeover of Macquarie Media.

11 February 2020

 Steve Price

The Australian is reporting that Steve Price has landed on his feet, getting a weekly segment on the Hot Breakfast at Triple M Melbourne.
According to The Australian, Price also negotiated a payout from Nine that included not only his 2020 salary, and without a non-compete clause.
A bigger role on the Project and a deal with SCA’s PodcastOne are also possible.

11 February 2020

Natasha Dean-Jones
Natasha Dean-Jones is leaving 4BC to take up a role producing regional news with 9 News Queensland.

Read my last bulletin for @NewsTalk4BC today Now onto my next adventure producing at Regional @9NewsQueensland.

— Natasha Dean-Jones (@tashdeanjones) February 11, 2020
11 February 2020

Barry Martin

5mu’s Barry Martin, has announced his retirement after receiving devastating health news.

Read more here.

10 February 2020


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