This Week's Media Movements
Danny Teece-Johnson is now the digital executive producer for NITV Radio, an Indigenous news and culture program on SBS Radio. Danny was previously a video journalist at the station, covering the Northern Territory.
David Nash has moved from Triple M Cairns to Triple M Brisbane. He will be working as an announcer as well as looking after operations at the station. David has previously worked as a panel operator at 96.9 Star FM.
Cynthia Wang has joined TV Week as a features editor. Prior to this, she was a senior writer and content editor at WHO magazine. Cynthia has also worked at People Magazine in the roles of assistant editor and associate bureau chief in Los Angeles.
The Nine Network is partnering with Helloworld Travel Limited for its new show 'Hello World', which will air in October this year. The show will take viewers across different countries, including Japan, New Zealand and Canada. Reporters on the show will include Ray Martin, Sonia Kruger and Steve Jacobs.
KOFM Newcastle and 4TOFM Townsville will soon re-launch under the Triple M brand. The two stations will now be called Triple M Newcastle and Triple M Townsville. The launch will take place on September 3rd and November 9th respectively.
Eloise Walsh is now at Mamamia as a social media producer. She joins the team from the Seven Network, where she worked as a social media coordinator and a production assistant.
Emma Koehn has joined the team at Fairfax Media as a small business reporter, working across The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Emma has had previous experience reporting on the business sector, with roles at SmartCompany and the Eureka Report.