This Week's Media Movements
Former Australian and State of Origin halfback, Brett Kimmorley, will appear tonight on Seven News at 6pm in his new role as its Rugby League Contributor. The former NRL player will continue his work with Fox Sports.
Vogue Living Editor-in-Chief, Neale Whitaker, will leave in June to focus on his television career. Whitaker has two shows currently in production, including a role as a judge on Channel Nine's The Block.
Mark Greasley returns to his roots with Classic Hiits 4BU radio in Bundaberg replacing Trevour Leutton since his departure last month.
Fairfax’s Drive Network, publisher of Drive.com.au and TheMotorReport.com.au, has announced the appointment of Darren Anderson to the new role of Chief Revenue Officer. Anderson was previously a former Network 10 Commercial Partnership Director.
Paora Maxwell has resigned from his position as the Chief Executive of Maori Television. This has come after just 3 years into a 5 year contact with the network.
Jeff Latch will be leaving his role as TVNZ's Director of Content in July after 23 years with the organisation. He is departing ahead of planned restructuring within TVNZ.
Anny Havercroft has joined Yahoo7 as its Head of Brand, replacing Andrea Rule who left the position last month. She was formerly the Managing Directer at Mediacom Melbourne 9 months prior.