Deborah Clay’s ‘shock’ resignation from ARN
After six years as ARN’s National News Director, Deborah Clay will be leaving her role on February 14 to pursue writing her debut book.
In 2016 Deborah was appointed as ARN’s News Director for Sydney and Brisbane before being promoted to National News Director in 2017.
In an internal release, Duncan Campbell said that the resignation was a shock and Deborah’s positive energy will be missed.
“After six years as National News Director Deborah Clay told me that she was resigning, which was more than a surprise, it was a shock,” said Campbell.
“Over the last 6 years she has strategically led the team with integrity while being a passionate advocate for local news…”
“Her contribution to ARN has been exceptional and one of her biggest achievements was setting up the 96FM newsroom from scratch, recruiting staff and establishing the station’s editorial strategy.”
Deborah will be leaving to focus on writing her debut book over the coming months.