This Week's Media Movements
Amy Martin has become a lifestyle journalist at The Canberra Times, moving from her role as producer at the title. Prior to joining The Canberra Times, Amy was a senior journalist at Fairfax’s Mandurah Mail, and before that was an entertainment reporter at News Corp’s Sunday Times in Perth.
Ashleigh Sculley is moving from her role as a senior producer at Nine’s A Current Affair to the chief of staff at Today. Before joining Nine she worked at the Seven Network as a producer of Today Tonight, and before that was chief of staff and producer at Seven News Investigations and Features.
Herald Sun federal politics reporter Rob Harris will move to Nine’s news platforms where he will be the national affairs editor in the Canberra Press Gallery. Rob had previously been national affairs writer for The Weekly Times, a producer on the ABC’s Statewide Drive Victoria program and a journalist at the Shepparton News.
Dominic Unwin is now editor of Yaffa Media's Mountain Biking Australia. Dominic previously worked as a digital journalist at The Perform Group, as a contributor at The Football Sack and contributing writer at The-RiotACT.com.
After joining the ABC in 2015 and working in roles as commissioning editor, children’s TV and acting head of children’s content, Libbie Doherty is now ABC’s head of children’s production. Before working at the ABC, Libbie was a producer in independent production houses Sticky Pictures TV and Blink Films.
Richard Clune is now editor in chief of Robb Report Australia & NZ. Richard has previously worked at GQ Australia where he had held the roles of associate, deputy and commissioning editor. Richard also spent 9 years as journalist and columnist at The Sunday Telegraph.