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Dave Ferrier

Dave Ferrier has been appointed mix94.5’s new host of The Rush Hour. More here
 

2 August 2019

Paul Hogan

Paul Hogan joins Dead Set Legends. More here

2 August 2019

Fran Kelly

RN's Fran Kelly is taking a break from breakfast to present Insiders for the rest of the year. More here

1 August 2019

Peter Lenaghan

Peter Lenaghan is leaving ABC Central Victoria when his long service leave finishes later this month. More here
 

1 August 2019

Gareth Hall

Gareth Hall will kick off RSN Central, a brand new Racing/Sports show starting Monday morning at 10:30 am on RSN927.

1 August 2019

Tim Lee is moving back to Fox FM Melbourne to host afternoons and the nationally syndicated Old School House Party. He was previously at Hit 92.9 Perth. He will also take on the role of content operations manager.

 

27 July 2019

With the Ashes about to get underway, Macquarie Sports Radio is launching The Cricket Show: Ashes Edition, offering analysis, opinions and talkback with one of the game’s greats, Ian Chappell.

 

 

27 July 2019

Nova106.9's Kip Wightman and his wife Amber have welcomed their first child. The breakfast radio star announced the happy news on air with his Ash, Kip, Luttsy & Susie co-hosts this morning, revealing they had named the “healthy little boy” Rafael Victor Wightman.

25 July 2019

The First Nations Media Australia Board has appointed Catherine Liddle as CEO of First Nations Media Australia beginning on14th October, with a three-month handover from outgoing General Manager Daniel Featherstone.

 

25 July 2019

Andy Maher

SEN has moved Andy Maher onto Drive with Bob Murphy. More here

23 July 2019

Bob Murphy

Bob Murphy will join Andy Maher on Drive at SEN. More here

23 July 2019

Kevin Bartlett and Dr Turf

Kevin Bartlett and Dr Turf have both departed from SEN. More here

23 July 2019

Ross Edwards

Ross Edwards begins a new role as DAB+ MD for the Triple M network this coming Monday in a role that encompasses all of the Triple M digital stack.

23 July 2019

Fraser Coast’s Hit101.9 will have a new breakfast show Pacey & Mak as Nerissa Pace joins Kristian McKenna from Monday August 12.

 

22 July 2019

Julie Reynolds

After filling in at ABC Mildura / Swan Hill presenting breakfast following her years at ARN in Adelaide with Mix 102.3, Julie Reynolds has moved on to Bega and Better things to start a role with Grant Broadcasters as Content Director for 2EC and Power FM, as well as being the Drive Announcer at 2EC.

22 July 2019

3AW Producer Briana Travers has left the station to join the Herald Sun in a general reporting role.

20 July 2019

Chris Smith

Chris Smith will begin with Weekend Sunrise, announcing via twitter "Ok 1st job. Thank you to I'm on deck as soon as I fly in on Sat nite. Sunday morning Ch 7. Ready to rumble. All my loyal listeners are invited to follow my appearances. Game on!!!!!!!"

19 July 2019

Ryan Jon has decided to leave Hit92.9’s breakfast show, with Heidi and Xavier to be with his fiancée Brigitte who lives in regional Victoria. Read more...

 

19 July 2019

Off the back of its success with daily news podcast, The Quicky, dropping at 6am every morning and recently passing 2 million listens, Mamamia has announced a second daily show, ‘The Spill’ which will launch with Kee Reece and Laura Brodnik dropping every afternoon in time for the commute home. The Spill will be Australia’s first daily entertainment podcast, an irreverent take on everything entertainment, every day, designed for the wind down at the end of the day. Read more...

 

19 July 2019

SBS Director of Audio and Language Content, Mandi Wicks (pictured) has introduced a new SBS Arabic24 line-up including, Stephanie Andary and Fares Hassan, in Braekfast while Nabil Nashar will present Mornings. Drive will be co-hosted by presenters Iman Riman and Hana Yassin from Melbourne joining Ghassan Nakhoul, based in Sydney. Read more...

 
 

18 July 2019

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