FM107.5 Orange appoints first paid station manager

Staff Writer

Orange community radio station FM107.5 has hired Farren Hotham as its station manager.

The appointment marks the first time the station has had a paid employee in the position, with Farren assuming his responsibilities this week.

The new manager has a wealth of experience in commercial and community radio, as well as television.

He’s familiar with the region too, having started his career as a radio host in Bathurst.

More recently Farren spent time as the sports director at SBS and Channel Seven and was also the managing editor of the Wellington Times.

“Farren is highly intelligent, creative, versatile and an outstanding people person and communicator/collaborator who understands content and audience projection intimately,” said Wellington Community Radio’s Tony Graham.

“He was pivotal in the establishment, management and success of Wellington’s Community radio station where his legacy lives on.

“His level of productivity and tireless commitment to anything he does is simply huge and relentless.”

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nick bartlett
26 Feb 2019 - 7:14 pm

First job – new logo.


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