This Week's Media Movements
After 20 years at the broadcaster, Nine Entertainments's Ian Paterson has resigned from his position as director of commercial partnerships and affiliates. Ian started at the broadcaster as the managing director for Nine Melbourne and will depart from his role in mid-November.
Yahoo Finance has launched their first original video content series titled The New Investors. The series will cover latest investment trends and personal financing tips for young Australians. Al Bentley, Shahirah Gardner and Will Richardson will host the series.
Rainer Rhedey has been appointed the new chief technology and information officer at Seven West Media. He was previously the group manager of IT at Fairfax Media where he worked since 2011. Rainer will start his new role on 3rd December.
Francis Leach is the new sports editor at The New Daily. Prior to this role, he was a co-host on 1116 SEN Radio's breakfast program and before that was a sports columnist at the Football Federation Australia.
Medium Rare is set to launch a new monthly magazine for Bunnings Warehouse with Jane Parbury announced as the editor. The magazine will be available from March 2019.
Mark Littler is moving from his on-air morning and breakfast role at Triple M Cairns to take on his new role as operations manager at the station. Mark has been with Southern Cross Austereo since 2004.
1116 SEN has announced they will be launching a new sport-only program in South Australia, 1629 SEN SA. Announcers for the program include former AFL player Kane Cornes, sports broadcaster Gerard Whateley and radio presenter Andrew Maher.