This Week's Media Movements
John Lyons will join ABC News as Head of Investigative and In-depth Journalism, and will look after the current affairs teams and programs across broadcast and digital. He is currently the Associate Editor (Digital Content) of The Australian.
Fairfax Media is launching a new quarterly men’s magazine called Executive Style Magazine. Edited by Michael Harry, the first issue will be released on the 18th August and inserted into The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald.
Nick Feain has joined Hit Gippsland as Co-Host of its breakfast show called Nick & Mandy. He will be joining Amanda (Mandy) Angiolino. Nick is a former graduate of Radio Training Institute, and has previous radio experience as Radio Host and Radio Announcer of Student Youth Network (SYN).
Jack Missen has secured a role as Producer at Vision Australia Radio. He was previously the Co-Executive Producer at Student Youth Network (SYN) and was Assistant Producer at SYN FMbefore that.
Amelia Lester will soon have her own weekly column in Fairfax Media’s Good Weekend magazine. This will be a return to the publication for her, having previously worked as the Editor of the magazine. Prior to that, Amelia was the Online Executive Editor at The New Yorker in America.
Lovatts Media has launched a new magazine called Audrey Daybook. It will be a bi-monthly magazine, and will consist of a combination of puzzles and lifestyle content for women. Audrey Daybook will be on sale from the 4th September.
Ray Shaw will soon start as the new Managing Editor of GadgetGuy on the 11th September. He has previously worked for iTWire, and has over 20 years’ experience writing for Australian IT websites.
Luke McIlveen is returning to News Corp as Executive Editor of Fox Sports. He will leave behind his role as Editor of Daily Mail Australia. Luke left News Corp in 2013, and held several roles at the company, including Editor of news.com.au, Editor of The Manly Daily, and Chief of Staff at The Daily Telegraph.