This Week's Media Movements
Starting this Sunday, Macquarie Media will have its first dedicated business program called Let's Talk Business. It will be a weekly show hosted by John Stanley and Scott Haywood, airing in the evenings at 6pm.
Anthony Hudson is leading SEN’s broadcast program KIA Presents AO Live of the Australian Open. The team consists of several SEN callers, including Jack Heverin and Brett Phillips, and will feature Australian tennis players such as Jelena Dokic and Sam Groth.
The Rush Hour will return to radio this year but will only air in the Gold Coast. It will be hosted by Luke Bradnam and Margaux Parker, who hosted the show last year. The Rush Hour can be heard from the 23rd of January.
Sara Bordon is now a news editor at NW magazine. In her three years at Bauer Media, Sara held the roles of senior news writer, news writer and editorial coordinator. Prior to joining Bauer, she was an account coordinator at Thrive PR + Communications.
Warren “Tredders” Tredrea has left Triple M to join FIVEaa after spending the past eight years at the broadcaster. In his new role, he will be heard on the Sports Show and will be calling AFL games.
Jennie Lenman is now the host of SA Today on 5MU, taking over the role from Claire Murphy. On top of her hosting duties, Jennie will also work as a journalist and newsreader at 5MU and Power FM. She can be heard on air in February.
Peter Whitehead has been promoted to chief commercial officer at Australian Radio Network. He will be taking over from Emma-Jayne Owens, who has left the company. Peter was previously the commercial director for the broadcaster.
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