This Week's Media Movements
Jimmy Smith and Nathan Roye will be heard in 2018 on Hit 100.9. They will move from Sydney to Hobart to host their own breakfast show. Earlier this year, Jimmy and Nathan hosted The Late Shift on Nova 96.9.
Tim Cleary will be heading Crocmedia’s Rainmaker, a new TV production services business. Rainmaker will provide production services to both broadcasters and brands. Tim was previously the Head of Programming and Production at GTV9.
Paige McMillan and Chief Brabon have joined Pacific Magazines. Paige will be the Fashion Editor for That’s Life! and WHO magazines. She has worked at WHO magazine before as a Fashion Stylist, and has also worked at New Idea magazine. Chief will be the new Fitness Director for Men’s Health. He is a Fitness Trainer and the founder of Original Bootcamp.
Malcolm Blight will host FIVEaa and Crocmedia’s Sportsday SA with Kane Cornes. Malcolm has moved from Queensland to Adelaide to host the show, which is a return to the city for him. Malcolm is a retired AFL player who played for the Adelaide Crows.
Jeremy Fernandez will host a new national news bulletin on the ABC next year. The show is scheduled to air in January 2018, and will be seen on weeknights from 10:30pm to 11pm. Jeremy is currently a Producer with the ABC, and a Presenter for ABC's NSW 7pm News. He will continue in these duties.
K rock 95.5 Geelong will have a new breakfast team next year, with Sarah Maree Cameron joining Tom Lewis. She will replace Josh Buckle. Sarah was previously a Presenter on FOX FM 101.9, and has also worked at Nova 100.3 and SEA Hit Central Coast.