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Jamie Angel Appointed Content Director at Triple M Brisbane

Experienced radio leader Jamie Angel has been appointed Content Director of Triple M Brisbane. 

In announcing the appointment, Dave Cameron, Chief Content Officer at SCA, said Jamie was one of the company’s most experienced, creative, and strategic programmers and broadcasters.  

“Jamie is one of SCA’s most experienced, creative, and strategic programmers and broadcasters. His credentials across the Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane markets, on and off air, on both the Hit and Triple M networks over three decades make him the perfect choice to lead Triple M Brisbane into its next era of success,” he said.  

“Triple M’s new ‘locally focused’ metro-programming approach from dawn to dusk will be enabled by Jamie’s innate understanding and ability of creating compelling content for local engagement.” 

Commenting on his new appointment, Angel said: “After 25 years down south, not only is it a privilege to be allowed back into Queensland to help drive house prices up, but also to be able to work with the amazing team here at the radio icon that is Brisbane’s Triple M. I can’t wait to build further on the new local shows and content in 2022.”  

Cameron thanked outgoing Content Director Scott Menz, who farewells the station this Friday for new adventures, for his hard work and dedication to Triple M and SCA over the last nine years and wished him well. 

Angel’s appointment is effective immediately. 

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