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Ewan Dixon has left The River at Albury to replace Reg Mowat as breakfast announcer at 3BA Ballarat.

6 November 2003

Colin Taylor has been appointed GM of 2LF and Star FM Young and comes from Radiowest 6VA and Hot FM Albany where he has been GM for the last 2 and half years. No replacement in Albany has been announced.

6 November 2003

Big Brother 2002 housemate Jess Hardy has landed a radio gig on the Sunshine Coast hosting Hot 91's major launch promotion Wheelie Bin of Fortune.

6 November 2003

The new 5MMM lineup is Ben Dillon-Smith at Breakfast; Kate McLoughlin in Mornings; Higgo on afternoon; Sam Mac's Freq Show in the evening; followed by Alexis on late nights

6 November 2003

After four years as the Regional Sales Manager for Netia in Hong Kong, Vincent Bourgarel is moving to Sydney as an independent consultant for Netia.

6 November 2003

Higgo – the Round Man of Sound - moves on from the breeding/training ground of NX FM. Dave Higgins – recently seen in the Austereo TV advertisement where he gets to take his gear off in the office (he’s the really big guy with the spiky hair) - has moved onward and upward to Drive position at the re-launch of TripleM in Adelaide.

30 October 2003

Radio 2 General Manager Michael Hibard and General Sales Manager John Simmons have both now left World Audio.

30 October 2003

Geoff Hill has joined the Austereo team in Sydney as Director of Sales. He replaces Chris Parker who was last week appointed Austereo’s National Client Marketing Director.

30 October 2003

Nat King is appointed to the Breakfast Producer role at Nova 100 Melbourne, Nat was previously Assistant Music Director. Josh Kirby moves into that role and continues to present Late Nights.

27 October 2003

Andy Park, Drive presenter and Music Director from Power FM Nowra, has resigned to join Fox FM Melbourne's on-air team. His replacement is Brendo from PowerFM's Hot30 Countdown. He'll assume the role of Music Director and will continue to present the Hot30.

27 October 2003

Adam "Ooh Aah" McGrath after 2 1/2 years in Sales and dealing with sport, based in Batemans Bay for 2EC/POWER FM on the Far South Coast is Moving on across the border into Victoria and will take up new position in Sales At Krock/Bay Fm Geelong to head up the new Werribee Sales Office starting October 27th.

26 October 2003

Keith Gray has joined the staff at 4VL and Triple C-FM Charleville. This is Keith’s first Commercial Radio Job. He was so keen he drove 9 hours for the interview! He'll be presenting the Afternoon shift LIVE in Charleville from 2-6pm and will also help out in Production, Copy Writing, On air and a whole lot more.

26 October 2003

Gerald Stone has been appointed deputy chair of SBS and columnist Christopher Pearson has also joined the board in appointments made by Minister Rod Kemp today.

24 October 2003

Arts and Sport Minister Rod Kemp has appointed Nova 100 GM Fiona Cameron and NOIE CEO John Rimmer to the Council of AFTRS. Danny Gilbert has also been reappointed as Chair of the AFTRS Council.

24 October 2003

Rick Knight, a recent student of radio at Swinburn university, has just got his first radio position at 2XL/Snow FM in Cooma as Production Manager/Mid-day announcer.

23 October 2003

4VL's Trish Espin, who has also been with the station for 12 months and has been promoted to Production Manager.

23 October 2003

Tony Shepherd is the new Music Director at 2VM Moree. He retains the 4 to 7pm Drive shift.

22 October 2003

2CHY-FM Coffs Harbour Breakfast Announcer/Sports Show Host/Sales Rep NIK JAMES has accepted the position of Promotions Manager at 2MC/Star-FM Port Macquarie, starting on Monday October 27th.

Also at 2CHY, their 30th Anniversary Ball & Reunion will be held at the Coffs Ex-Services Club on November 8. The night includes a Celebrity Music Memorabillia Auction and the cost is $45 per person. Tickets available from the Club and CHY. For more details phone (02) 6651 1104.

21 October 2003

David Harley has moved on from NXFM and KOFM to pursue full time study. He was most recently the Client Services Coordinator and prior to that was the group Traffic Manager - a position that he also held at NEW FM & 2HD

21 October 2003

Mel Betts joins Regional Radio Bureau as the Sydney based agency account manager. RRB CEO Mary Martin reported, “Mel joins at an exciting time with an increased focus by the advertising industry on Regional Australia”. Mel comes to RRB with five years experience in regional radio; she was formerly Senior account manager with Back To Media in Sydney.

21 October 2003

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