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Justin Drexall former hot30 jock from FM104.7 Canberra
is now doing casual weekend shifts on Triple M Brisbane.

20 August 2004

Sun FM's Jamie McDonald is travelling to Brisbane to be a producer for the 612ABC breakfast program, starting on Monday week.

18 August 2004

Breakfast co-hosts, Adam Spencer and Wil Anderson, will leave Triple J at the end of the year after five years together - no word on possible replacements.

18 August 2004

Adelaide's Nova 919, which hits the airwaves next month, has announced its breakfast crew - Jodie, Jules and Tony, which is what the program will be called. And, Big Brother's Ryan Fitzgerald will be a roving reporter.

17 August 2004

Gilbert Schultz has joined ScreenSound Australia's Audio department in Canberra.

Gil started at 7HO in the sixties and moved on to ABC radio & TV. Gil was
responsible for on-air technical production and syndication for John Laws
during the 70's and film post-production during the 80's.

16 August 2004

Movement of a motoring kind: Triple M in Sydney is again staging its popular Free Fuel Fridays. Starting at 1pm today, the first 105 cars to turn up to Ethanol Home Grown Fuel on Warringah Rd, Forestville can fill their cars for free.

13 August 2004

More new faces for 96.1FM The Heat in Noosa.

Dani McGlynn
leaves FM92.9 Tamworth to take up the role of Promotions/Co-Brekky.

AFTRS Graduate Sarah Howielands her first gig as Creative Director/Announcer, replacing Matt O'Reilly who leaves to join the Sea FM Brekky Crew in Maryborough.

Simon Birks
becomes Production Manager, previously Network Production Manager for Capital Radio Network in Canberra and more recently a stint at Life FM Adelaide

13 August 2004

Austereo has appointed Jeremy Macvean as its new National Marketing Manager, replacing Richard Howarth, who spent only three months in the job. Macvean comes from Young & Rubicam in Melbourne, where he was a senior account director.

12 August 2004

Amanda Lumsden (ex-NEW FM Newcastle and POWER FM Muswellbrook) has joined NOVA 969 in Sydney as Promotions Coordinator. Amanda replaces Maz Compton who has secured a gig as a video jock at MTV on Total Request Live.

11 August 2004

2CC/2CA newsreader Andrew Greene has resigned to join 2GB's Parliament House bureau. Kylie Johnson has replaced him.

11 August 2004

Fresh FM broadcaster Gemma Clark has signed up as Nova Adelaide's second on-air presenter. More announcements are expected soon.

11 August 2004

Austereo has appointed John Musgrove as Client Strategist for the Brisbane market, starting on 6 September.

10 August 2004

The new station management team at Groove FM Perth are Alicia Mule (Manager) and James Royce (Assistant Station Manager). Alicia was previously the station's Music Director and James was News Director/Drive Announcer. They replace Raf Niesten and Joseph Carreno.

10 August 2004

Former Mix 106.5 FM reporter, Rachael Stevens, has joined the 2GB/2CH newsroom, starting tomorrow.

8 August 2004

After more than 16 and a half years in radio; and over 10 and a half at 4GR in Toowoomba, Creative Director/Producer, Jason Myatt is leaving radio to take up the position of Senior Audio Production Officer at the University of Southern Queensland.

7 August 2004

Austereo's head of marketing, Richard Howarth, has resigned suddenly - just three months after his appointment.

7 August 2004

DMG Radio has announced the appointment of Jacqui Kassulke as Music Director in the lead up to the launch of Nova 919 in Adelaide. Kassulke joins Paul Bartlett, joint GM of 919 and FIVEaa; Program Director, Jason Staveley; Promotions & Marketing Director, Mel Van Deventer; Agency Client Manager, Deane Goodwill; Client Director, Bronwyn Klei; and Hayden Else, who is the first staffer to be announced for 919.

6 August 2004

After launching the new Morning Crew with Todd and Ange, 105.7 The River has appointed Carol McCormack to the 10-2 slot from Tuesday. Nightmix and High School Reunion host, Robin Bailey, has taken maternity leave, meaning the two night shows will be hosted by Stuey Paton. And, Program Director and 2-6 host, Phil Bradley, will marry Sales Account Manager, Allison Crofts next October in Albury.

5 August 2004

Hot 30 Countdown co-host, The LabRat, has moved to mornings on 2Day FM. Alexis will continue on the Countdown with new co-presenter, Dave 'Higgo' Higgins, who returns to Sydney from Triple M in Adelaide. Adam 'AB' Barrett moves out of mornings to focus on his Assistant Music Director role, but remains station floater.

4 August 2004

Nova 100 Breakfast Producer and former AMD Nat King has recently left Nova 100 Melbourne, to pursue other radio opportunites in a warmer climate - she can be contacted on 0402 687 834.

3 August 2004


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