Tess Connery named new Breakfast presenter at 2SER | radioinfo

Tess Connery named new Breakfast presenter at 2SER

Monday 16 April, 2018
Tess Connery

'This is my dream job at a station I love.'

Tess said, "I'm really excited. I can't wait to keep 2SER listener's informed and entertained each morning."
 
Outgoing presenter Nic Healey will be moving on to present Breakfast for ABC North West, based in Karratha.

He said, "It's been just under two years here full time at 2SER, but I started as a volunteer way back in 2013 as a producer on Saturday Breakfast. 2SER has been a wonderful place to work and that's due to the amazing culture and the incredible people who make the station such a powerhouse." 
 

2SER Station Manager, Melanie Withnall, said, "We wish Nic all the best in his new role. Like Nic, Tess brings a passion for local news and current affairs, and music to the role. It's great that another 2SER volunteer is able to fill the Breakfast position."

2ser is a not-for-profit, independent community station, broadcasting to the greater Sydney area on 107.3 FM, digital radio and on the web via 2ser.com

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Anthony The Koala
16 April 2018 - 3:35pm
I am vicariously happy about people having a media career beyond 2SER-fm. I have been a volunteer presenter, producer and panel operator. I also taught panel operations and had a part-time paid work within a year of joining.

A great plus of working at 2SER is working in an inclusive working environment where people are respected regardless of who they are, where they're from and other personal factors.

When you're loyal member participating in all aspects of the radio station, you may be rewarded with training in courses such as "Workplace Training" or "Protools".

2SER is more than just making and presenting programs. There are people who were working behind the scenes who were volunteers or paid workers now working as sound engineers or producers at the ABC. In my case, apart from the production, panelling and presentation (PPP - great alliteration!), I was also interested in the technical aspects of a radio station. I got on well with the then chief engineer (Mr Bruce Guinn) and he loaned me the station's MS Visual Studio's suite of programming languages. I was going to design an interface with the studios and the "Audiovault" program. Sadly, the chief engineer left 2SER to a commercial radio station and the project was abandoned. Of course I returned the MS Visual Studio to 2SER and I purchased my own copy. Despite abandoning the project, I learned another great skill of programming in other languages.

In essence, 2SER is an inclusive organisation, a great place to learn other skills and work with others. If you commit to the station and participate in other activities, you will find it's worth it.

Regards
Anthony of exciting Belfield

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