Tahni Schaefer has been appointed the new Assistant Producer at Hit107’s Amos, Cat & Angus breakfast show in Adelaide, after finishing up as Evenings Producer on FIVEaa. Tahni had been with the station for five years in total, two of which were spent as Evenings Producer.
Abi Benaud has been appointed the new Executive Producer at Hit105’s Stav, Abby and Matty with Osher breakfast show in Brisbane, after finishing up as PR Executive at Australia Zoo. Abi was previously Senior Producer and Guest/Talent Producer at KIIS 106.5’s Kyle and Jackie O Show for three years.
Hit100.9 has today announced that Nicole Mitchell will join the on-air team in Hobart.
Nicole has been appointed Music Director and will take over the 12pm-3pm weekday slot.
Her on-air experience includes hosting a variety of shifts at Adelaide’s Fresh 92.7 and Nicole has experience in the air too, as part of Jetstar Australia’s Cabin Crew since last year.
Nicole commences mid-June and replaces Rosie Panetta who is now heard on 919 Nova in her hometown of Adelaide.
Allan Aldworth is now working for Triple M Great Southern.
Aldworth was previously the breakfast announcer for the Spirit Radio Network based out of Perth.
Tim Aquilina is confirmed as the new Content Director for MMM and Hit103.5 Cairns, following four years with Sea and Mix FM as ACD / Operations Manager on the Sunshine Coast. Tim is no stranger to SCA, after working with the company for almost a decade in multiple roles from CD of Central QLD, Group CD of Western Australia and was the 1st Hit Network MD. He starts in May.
Commercial Radio Hall of Fame inductee Peter Harvie has retired as a director of SCA.
After almost 12 years at MediaWorks Radio, chief executive officer Wendy Palmer will leave her post at the end of April.
Forever Classic 6iX is confirmed John “Burgo” Burgess will return to the airwaves from April 22.
Less than two months into his national late night shift on Nova, Radio Today can confirm that Simon Baggs is leaving the network.