Grant Broadcasters appoint Alison Cameron as CEO

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Family-owned and operated radio network Grant Broadcasters has made several changes to its executive ranks, with chief operating officer Alison Cameron assuming the role of chief executive officer, taking over from Grant Cameron.

Grant moves to the role of non-executive chairman, while long-time chairperson, GM and recent OAM recipient Janet Cameron will continue to serve as an active board member.

“It has been a privilege to lead Grant Broadcasters and play a part in growing the company into one of Australia’s largest independent media owners with over 50 radio stations across Regional Australia,” said Grant at a recent management conference.

“The time is now right for us to look to the future to ensure we continue delivering great local content and evolving successful commercial solutions for our clients.”

Dugald Cameron will continue to be responsible for the family’s investment portfolio and serve on the board.

The network is currently in the process of appointing a new chief operating officer, with Korn Ferry working with the board in the recruitment process.

“This is a critical role within our organisation,” said Alison Cameron.

“We are after someone who is familiar with creative content, commercial sales, digital capabilities as well as finance and engineering.

“Most importantly we are after a leader who can help grow and develop our 700+ employees across Regional Australia.”

Grant Broadcasters will finalise the changes to management once a new COO has been appointed, after an extensive transition period.

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