Bradley heads to the Gold Coast
Hot Tomato on the Gold Coast has announced that Dan Bradley will assume the role of Content Director with the station, replacing Brad McNally who has resigned due to illness.
Bradley has consulted Hot Tomato for the past 4 years, working with the two previous Content Directors.
During that time the station has seen strong ratings growth, including reaching the #1 overall position for 3 consecutive surveys through 2015.
Hot Tomato Chairman Hans Torv, says:
“We are very pleased to welcome Dan to the role. We have had an immensely successful working relationship with him, he knows this market, he knows our business, he knows our people and we know his skills and experience are a good fit and will be a great benefit on the road ahead.”
Dan Bradley commented: “Hot Tomato is an exceptional radio station, with a fantastic team and an enviable culture. I am excited about the potential for the brand in 2017, and look forward to what we will achieve”.
Bradley is the founder and a director of Kaizen Media, has worked at Group Program Director level, and has multi-format experience in numerous international territories including Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
He is one of the founding programmers of the Nova FM network, and was the foundation programmer of Melbourne’s Nova 100 leading that station to the #1 overall ranking in it’s second survey.
More recently, whilst consulting various radio stations (including Hot Tomato), Bradley has programmed New Zealand’s iconic alternative radio station “Radio Hauraki” for NZME.
He will take up the Gold Coast role full time in early 2017.