Jeremy Cordeaux exits FIVEaa

Staff Writer

Jeremy Cordeaux will leave Adelaide’s FIVEaa at the end of year.

Cordeaux said on the air:

“The radio station here, FIVEaa and I have decided to part company; and let me tell you right up front: no bad feelings, no bad blood — we go on the best of terms.

“I’ve been in this business 50 years now, and these people are the best you could find. I’ve been very lucky to have had a very good, very long term relationships with the stations I’ve been with. It’s been a wonderful journey but it ain’t over yet, I will see to that. I have this ambitious gene.”

Cordeaux, who was inducted in the Australian Commercial Radio Hall of Fame in 2015, has hosted the 12-4pm afternoon show since September last year, and was previously heard on the evening shift, taking over from the late Bob Francis.

Jeremy Cordeaux’s career spans more than 50 years across radio, television and print. He started in radio as an office boy and became an on-air presenter, then moved into management as a Program Manager, Managing Director and owner of three successful radio stations.

Craig Munn, FIVEaa Program Director said, “FIVEaa are extremely grateful for Jeremy’s time with us and the relationship he has developed with listeners and clients. We wish Jeremy all the very best and look forward to him continuing to be a friend of the station.”

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