Read More

Appointment of Nine CEO

Nine has announced the appointment of Mike Sneesby as Chief Executive Officer, effective 1 April 2021, following the decision by the current CEO, Hugh Marks, to step down.  NEC Chairman Peter Costello said “The board and I have every confidence that, under Mike’s leadership, Nine will be able to maintain the significant momentum it has built. Mike is well placed to continue to drive Nine’s transformation as a digitally led business which is actively adapting to meet the contemporary media consumption habits of Australians.

“I also want to pay tribute to the remarkable tenure of Hugh Marks, who in 2015, inherited a legacy television business with a market capitalisation of around $1.3bn.  Through the combined strength that came from the Nine-Fairfax merger, our current market capitalisation has grown to just over $5bn. This is a remarkable turn-around and Hugh has my sincere thanks and gratitude for his work.  His time as CEO has seen Nine make a number of key strategic decisions, which not only redefined Nine but changed the wider media landscape in Australia.”  

Mr Sneesby said “I am honored to be entrusted with this important role, to be the custodian for many of Australia’s most important, valuable and iconic media brands.  I have worked alongside my colleagues at Nine for many years and I look forwarding to building our future together as we embrace the opportunities presented in the emerging and growing digital future.  The Nine family is made up of journalists, technicians, producers and so many dedicated to their craft, it will be the honor of a lifetime to lead them.” 

Mr Marks will finish his term as Chief Executive Officer on 31 March 2021 and will remain available to assist with a handover to Mr Sneesby in the following months.  

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Related Posts

GfK DAB+ Radio Ratings Survey 4, 2022

GfK DAB+ Radio Ratings Survey 4, 2022

In the GfK DAB+ ratings for survey 4 the top rating stations were: ABC Sport (Sydney), Gold 80s and Tik Tok Trending equal No 1 (Melbourne), 97.3 KIIS 90s (Brisbane), Old Skool 90s Hits and Tik Tok Trending equal No 1 in Adelaide and 96FM 80s (Perth).

read more
GfK Metro Survey 4, 2022

GfK Metro Survey 4, 2022

In the latest GfK metro survey talk stations 3AW (15.7%) and 2GB (12.9%) continue their dominance. The Nova stations in Brisbane and Perth were both No 1 with Nova 106.9 (Bris) a share of 12.6% and Nova 93.7 (Perth) with 15.5%. In Adelaide, the ABC was the top rating station with 13.6%.

read more