This Week's Media Movements
Melbourne's SEN1116 has started putting together its commentary team called SEN XI for the upcoming summer cricket season. Included in the lineup so far are Damien Fleming, Simon Katich, Gerard Whateley, Mel Jones, Lisa Sthalekar and Anthony Hudson.
Julia Naughton >is now the managing editor of 9Honey's lifestyle content. She was previously its deputy editor. Before joining Nine, Julia was an associate editor at HuffPost Australia and prior to that a features writer at Cosmopolitan magazine.
James Mitchell has been promoted to the role of wealth and wellness editor at Momentum Media. He joined the publisher in 2013, when it was still known as Sterling Publishing, and has since held the roles of journalist, editor of The Adviser, managing editor and editor-at-large.
In the next few weeks, Tim Wong-See will be moving to ABC Sunshine Coast to start as a morning producer. He was previously a reporter and producer for ABC Gold Coast. Tim is also the producer and host of a podcast called Someone Else's Shoes.
Erin Buchan has joined the team at WIN News Central Queensland as a sports journalist. She was previously a content writer at Adoni Media, a PR and media agency. Erin has also written content for Queensland Magazines.
Andrew Fritsch >will be returning to Southern Cross Austereo to work as a producer for The Studio, the broadcaster's creative ideas space. He is currently a commercial producer at Nova Entertainment and will be finishing his role early next month. Andrew was previously at Southern Cross Austereo from 2008 to 2011.
After two and a half years, Triple M Bundy has moved into its new studios on Takalvan Street, all shows are now broadcasting from the new location. The station was previously known as 93.1 SEA FM.