This Week's Media Movements
Alex Bernhardt is now the associate producer for Nine’s 60 Minutes
Alex formerly reported for the network’s A Current Affair and 9 News Queensland.
Former Geelong AFL captain Cameron Ling has moved from 3AW to ABC Radio
Cameron will feature on Friday nights and Sundays during this year's AFL coverage.
Natasha Dean-Jones has left 4BC to join 9 News Queensland as a regional news producer
Natasha was previously with Nine’s Macquarie Media for four and a half years as a journalist and newsreader.
In Daily has launched a new digital title called ‘In Queensland’
The site was created by In Daily’s publisher Solstice Media, and will offer coverage on news, politics, business, arts and culture from the following journalists:
Medium Rare Agency has made the following appointments for its Qantas magazine editorial team:
Momentum Media acquires Australian Aviation and World of Aviation magazines
The B2B publisher attained the aviation titles from previous owner Aviator Media.
Jacob McArthur is starting a new role as a producer with The Canberra Times
Jacob will wrap up his reporting role at The Northern Daily Leader on Friday, 14th February.
Lifehacker editor, Chris Jager, is moving to Finder as a senior editor
Chris will commence his new role on Monday, 2nd March.
The Brag Media is moving its print title The Brag online
The free street press music and entertainment magazine, previously called Revolver, will be published in print format for the last time on Wednesday, 4th March.
Seamus Byrne commences a new role as tech editor-at-large for Influencing
This is a part-time position, allowing Seamus to continue to produce for Byteside and work as a freelance journalist.