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Baker departs The Age

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Journalist Richard Baker has announced that he will soon depart The Age to establish his own audio business.  Baker is a senior investigative reporter at the masthead for nearly 23 years.  Baker will establish his own audio business Southern Ocean Media, and release a podcast series initially.  His final day at The Age will be Friday, 30th September.  

Dowling hangs up headphones after 17 years

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ABC Goulburn Murray’s first and only breakfast host Matt Dowling has signed off for the final time after 17 years on-air.  The outgoing presenter said that he was conscious of the “challenge” of being the first presenter in the town and he took it as he felt radio is ”a very pure form of communication”.  "I really had thoughts of just coming to Shepparton to learn a bit and then go back to Melbourne and hopefully find some work there but 17 years later and here I am," Dowling said. Dowling said that falling in love with the community and the people has become part of his life which makes “saying goodbye hard”. ABC Goulburn Murray's chief of staff Gaye Pattison praised his ability to keep the community informed and engaged. "He genuinely cares about our audience, the community and the ABC Goulburn Murray team," Pattinson said. “He deserves a sleep-in, our gratitude and every good wish for his new career." JL Productions and Hire director Jamie Lea, who is presen

Sky News promotes McIntosh

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Trudy McIntosh has been promoted to the role of a senior political reporter at Sky News Australia. Prior to taking up the role, she was a political reporter at Sky News and has been with the channel for the past eight years.  She has held various positions including executive producer of AM Agenda, News, programs producer, AM digital leader, digital producer and video journalist. McIntosh was a breakfast newsreader at RTRFM 92.1 and reporter/presenter at 89.7 FM.

Gluyas departs The Australian

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Richard Gluyas has announced his departure from The Australian after a celebrated career of three decades.  Gluyas was most recently a senior writer and columnist at The Australian, where he led the financial services industry coverage.  On his LinkedIn page, Gluyas shared that he is “leaving” the masthead after more than thirty years.  “It’s been a privilege working with some of the nation’s best business journos and contributing to the section which is a quality product,” Gluyas said. “I’ve covered booms, busts, global financial crises, major technology shifts and a pandemic.” He has assumed reporting and commentary roles including the Hayne financial services royal commission, the Murray financial system inquiry, the global financial crisis, and industry disruption by fintech. In 2014, Gluyas started the nation’s only dedicated financial services column, Four Pillars. He was a national business correspondent, reporting on news and trends affecting the n

Cooper lands at an entertainment publicity role

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Michael Cassel Group has announced the appointment of journalist Nathanael Cooper as director of publicity.  The newly appointed director will spearhead the company’s Australian and global communications strategy by leading communications strategy by guiding PR across productions, developing campaigns for licenced Australian productions and international tours, developing internal communications and overseeing charitable giving and business-to-business communications. Producer/CEO Michael Cassel said that Cooper’s “journalistic instincts”, and his ability to tell stories make him a perfect fit for the position.  “I look forward to Nathanael joining our extremely talented publicity team in continuing to share great stories about our amazing shows and those who create and bring them to life,” Cassel said.  Cooper said that he was delighted to join the Group after covering the company since its inception and as a journalist, he is excited to share his love with people.

SEN secures broadcast rights to the EPL

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Sports Entertainment Network has announced that the broadcaster has secured the Australian audio broadcast rights to the English Premier League (EPL). SEN’s coverage of the EPL broadcast includes the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup, 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the A-League and several programs dedicated to analysing the world game from every angle. SEN chief executive Craig Hutchison said that SEN’s EPL coverage will satiate the “appetite for football content” of the audience and anchor the broadcaster’s stand as the “Home of Football.”  “It is an exciting time for football in Australia, and we are thrilled to broadcast the EPL action across the SEN airwaves and digital channels,” Hutchison said.  SEN National radio director Sam Thompson said that the broadcaster is committed to bringing the best football to the airwaves and demonstrating its position as “the premier destination for sport in Australia.” “This is an excellent opportunity for sports fans c

Goodwin begins at The Courier Mail

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Aaron Goodwin has commenced as a reporter at The Courier Mail.  Goodwin will be covering court and other local news in the Moreton Bay region.  Prior to that, he was a journalist at Bundaberg Today.  He has previously worked across regional and rural Queensland in various reporting roles.   

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