This Week's Media Movements
Nick O’Malley appointed as the national environment and climate editor for SMH/The Age
Following its takeover of Redwave stations at the end of 2019, SCA WA’s regional leadership team will see the following changes take effect on Monday, 16th March:
Nick is a senior writer and a former US correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
Miki Perkins moves from social affairs editor to Victorian environment reporter for The Age
Miki spent five years in the role of social affairs editor for the newspaper.
- Amy Collett will become group content director for Hit WA in Perth
- Dan Cole >will be Triple M’s North West content director, overseeing Karratha, Port Hedland, Broome, Geraldton, Triple M WA and Kalgoorlie
- Jarred O’Brien >will commence as group content director for Triple M South West, covering Bunbury, Albany, Esperance, Northam & Merredin, Narrogin & Katanning
Gerard Henderson is no longer a panellist on the ABC's Insider
The conservative commentator on the ABC’s top-rating Sunday morning political show will make way for new conservative voices.
Debbie Carr will join NME Australia as a contributing writer
The triple j ‘super user’ and content producer is also a freelancer who compiles music interviews for Pilerats.
Ninah Kopel has joined The Feed on SBS as a researcher
Ninah formerly worked with 2SER and ABC Audio Studios.
Eddie McGuire and Bruce McAvaney will host the AFL State of Origin for Bushfire Relief
The Fox Footy and Seven commentary hosts will unite for the first time in 30 years for the match broadcast on both networks at 7.30pm on Friday, 28th February.
Rex Hunt will call 3AW’s coverage of the State of Origin for Bushfire Relief
The footy legend, who played 202 VFL matches from 1968 to 1978, will bring his inimitable style to the special coverage alongside Shane McInnes, Matthew Lloyd and Brad Hardie.
Nine Radio’s Tokyo 2020 Olympics podcast Ready Set Tokyo returns for a second season
Fronted by 3AW’s Shane McInnes and 2GB’s Natalie Peters, the new season is set to feature guests such as John Coates, Kieren Perkins, Kevan Gosper, Andrew Gaze, Sally Pearson and Steve Hooker.