Comings and Goings
Regional listeners of the Hit Network will wake up with Bree & Gawndy each Saturday morning from Feb 4 with the duo set to bring a national weekend breakfast show -Weekend Breakfast with Bree & Gawndy (Bree Tomasel and Daniel Gawned) 7 – 9am Saturdays, across all 38 Hit regional stations from Saturday February 4th. The duo will continue to host their weekday breakfast show on the Central Coast's 101.3 Sea FM.
Riley-Rose Harper (pictured) will be joined by Seamus Evans on The Border's Hit 104.9. Born and bred in Corryong, Riley-Rose got her start in radio with Southern Cross Austereo’s ‘Media Careers Bootcamp’ in 2013. Riley-Rose has truly followed her dreams. In three short years, Riley-Rose has gone from Promotions Assistant to playing Hits and Old School during the workday, to now moving into breakfast.
As part of the The Hit Network new local weekend breakfast show line-up in each metro city, from 7 - 9am on Saturdays, Ryan Jon and Tanya Hennessy will host Sydney's Saturday breakfast, commencing January 28, in addition to co-hosting their weekday breakfast show on Canberra's hit104.7.
SCA has appointed Jacqui Hoban as the Head of Events for SCA.
Jacqui will take on this newly created role, working across marketing and content, sales, the Studio and promotions to drive and execute a national events strategy.
Jacqui will start her position at the end of February 2017 based in Sydney.
Jade Robran will join the on air team at FIVEaa Adelaide hosting afternoons, from Monday 30th January. A talented TV personality and journalist, Jade has worked in the media industry for over 15 years most recently with the Seven Network in Melbourne as a presenter covering the AFL Grand Final, Melbourne Cup Carnival, Australian Open and as a correspondent with Sunrise.