This Week's Media Movements
Triple M have announced Mick Molloy’s replacement, with comedian Wil Anderson joining The Hot Breakfast breakfast show. Wil is currently hosting the ABC’s Gruen as well as his own podcast.
Ben Grubb is returning to journalism after working in public relations for the last two years. Ben has taken advantage of numerous opportunities including working as the Editor-at-Large for Telecom Times and iTnews. Ben has previously worked as the Editor at the Sydney Morning Herald Technology in 2015.
Triple J - Hack Reporter Sarah McVeigh recently released her new podcast How Do You Sleep At Night? Sarah has been a Reporter for Triple J since 2013 and before that was a Radio Producer for 702 ABC Sydney.
The AFL has announced a new General Manager of Commercial. Former Mamamia Managing Director Kylie Rogers has left the publication to join the sporting entity. Kylie spent three years at Mamamia starting as the National Sales Director before becoming the Managing Director. Before that Kylie spent 17 years at Network Ten across numerous roles.
Jeremy Ray has joined FANDOM as the new Managing Editor for Australia. Jeremy brings over a decade experience covering gaming in Australia. He is most noted for his work for the ABC show Good Game.
Allure Media has announced Ali Krzyszton as the Partnership Director for the organisation. Ali has worked for various media outlets including Wildfire Publishing where she was a Senior Account Manager and Bauer Media where she worked as a Team Integration Manager.