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Radio Moves: slower this week

Sunday 27 September, 2020
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Australian Radio Industry People Movements over the past week or so...
 

Tom Martin has been appointed EP for The Christian O’Connell Show on GOLD104.3, replacing Brad Hulme. Tom was previously a senior producer at Triple M’s Hot Breakfast.

26 September 2020
 

After three stints covering 20 plus years with ARN, radio veteran Ian "Toully" Toull is leaving the network's  Melbourne studios come September 30th. Read more... 
22 September 2020

Stan Grant

Stan Grant has joined ABC News in a new multiplatform role.
Read more
21 September 2020

One of Australia’s most renowned podcast journalists, Peter Wells has partnered with Acast to launch Meta , a podcast celebrating the art of podcasting with leading local creators. Read more... 
20 September 2020

Steve Rowe, the General Manager MediaWorks' Hamilton, Waikato station will retire at the end of this year. He said on a LinkedIn post: "After 40 years in Radio both in NZ and Australia, I am retiring at the end of this year. Had some great times and worked with so many great people."
18 September 2020

Within 20 minutes of Ten cutting Tim Bailey from its roster, he was recruited by 2GB to present weather on 2GB Breakfast.
 
18 September 2020

​Joe Hildebrand, 2GB

Joe Hildebrand will be signing with 2GB and will join John Stanley on Thursday evening.
Read more.
17 Sept

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