This Week's Media Movements
Steven Burling is the new Executive Producer of A Current Affair, taking on the role previously held by Grant Williams. He has been with Channel Nine for over 15 years, working in roles such as Chief of Staff and Senior Producer for 60 Minutes, and Chief of Staff and Sydney Bureau Chief for A Current Affair.
Deborah Knight will become a Newsreader for the Nine Network's evening news bulletins in Sydney on Friday and Saturday nights. She has recently been filling in for Lisa Wilkinson on Today. Taking over Deborah’s current role at Weekend Today, will be Allison Langdon, who is currently a Reporter on 60 Minutes.
9Honey has appointed Katherine Scott as Travel Editor. She is currently 9Honey’s Kitchen Deputy Editor. Katherine will take over the role from Amy Nelmes, who is leaving to pursue freelance work. Katherine has also worked as Features Producer and Homepage Producer for Nine.
Emily Dufton has started at Lifestyle.com.au as its new Digital Content Producer. She previously worked as Communications Executive for the Telegraph Media Group and A+E Networks UK. Emily also runs a travel blog.
ABC’s Four Corners will have four new journalists next year, with Louise Milligan, Lesley Robinson, Sophie McNeill and Sean Nicholls joining the team. All of them are experienced journalists who will join the current team in the new season on 5th February 2018.
Miranda Devine is the host of a new internet radio show called Miranda Live. The show launched at the beginning of this week, and is broadcasted on DailyTelegraph.com.au on Mondays to Wednesdays at 5:30pm. Miranda is currently a columnist for The Daily Telegraph.
Lisa Wilkinson will be the Executive Editor of Channel 10’s new digital site, ten daily. The new content site will launch next year, and will be a new mobile-optimised website with exclusive content. Lisa left Channel 9’s Today earlier this year.