This Week's Media Movements
Jay Mueller will focus on his role as Director of Bad Company announcing that he will leave Triple M's The Hot Breakfast at the end of the year. Jay has spent the last eight years working for Southern Cross Austereo.
Jonathan Uptin has been announced as the new Co-Host for Nine News in regional Queensland. Jonathan has extensive experience having worked in the television industry for the last 20 years.
Rachel Storer has secured work with Southern Cross Austereo’s Hit Network in Newcastle. Rachel is the inaugural winner of the Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) Brian White Scholarship. The award included an eight-week paid scholarship work attachment in Sydney, with two week spells at Macquarie Media, Southern Cross Austereo, Australian Radio Network and Nova Entertainment.
Hit 105 has announced Kazmir Simpson as the new producer for the Stav, Abby & Matt Breakfast Show. Kazmir has over four years experience in the radio industry.
Power FM Presenter, Sam Blacker has launched a new podcast series From Shame to Success. Sam has worked in various radio positions since starting as a Music Director for 3SSR's Swinburne Student Radio while studying in 2010. Sam has since worked as a producer or an announcer for Power FM Ballarat, 96.5 Wave FM, Shut Up I’m Talking and most recently 94.9 Power FM.
Sky News Host Laura Jayes has returned from maternity leave to host The Morning Shift with Laura Jayes. Laura has worked for Sky News for the past nine years starting as a reporter in Brisbane. She has spent the last seven years as a Political Reporter for the organisation.
Rachel Corbett has joined Mamamia as the Director of Podcast. Rachel brings a wealth of experience having been a Journalist, Radio, Podcast and TV Presenter, as a writer and a Producer. Rachel is most noted for her work with Southern Cross Austereo, as a panellist for Studio 10, The Today Show and Weekend Sunrise.