This Week's Media Movements
Nicole Byers has been named the new Editor-in-Chief at The Australian Women’s Weekly. Nicole has a media career spanning over 20 years most recently was the Editor-in-Chief for OK!. Her previous publications include Editor of Woman’s Day, TV Week and New Weekly.
Triple M Brisbane's Paul ‘Browny’ Brown, has launched a new heavy rock podcast Up Against The Wall. Paul brings a wealth of hosting experience dating back to 2007 with Sea Fm and culminating with Triple M Brisbane. He will continue to work with Triple M Brisbane as a Casual Presenter.
Peter Barr has announced he is leaving RTRFM to take on a new challenge with ABC’s South West Mornings. Peter has previously worked as a Breakfast Presenter, Talk Producer and a Program Director during his time with RTRFM.
Alan Hickey is returning with Fiveaa’s afternoon show after he left the program in late 2016 due to health issues. Alan is replacing Jade Robran who has been the presenter for the last six months.
Hit 92.9 FM Assistant Content Director and Announcer, James Speed, is moving to K Rock 95.9.James brings with him over 14 years radio experience both on-air and in operations across various cities in Australia.
Hit 93.5 Dubbo have announced a brand new Breakfast Show with Pippa Moore set to co-host. Pippa has previously worked for SCA Brisbane in the sales department before leaving radio.
Jimi Love will join Pippa Moore as the co-host of Hit 93.5's new Dubbo Breakfast Show. Jimi left LightFM in Melbourne in 2015 to travel. The program will begin on Monday 10th July at 6am.