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Programming changes at NOVA, Brendan Taylor new Group Programming Director

24 July 2023

NOVA Entertainment has announced changes to their Programming team, including the promotion of Brendan Taylor to Group Programming Director of the Nova Network.

Taylor has been with Nova since 2008. His new role will see him responsible for overseeing and delivering strategic leadership and broadcast outcomes for the network.

NOVA Entertainment’s CEO Peter Charlton said:

“Brendan’s skill and breadth of experience are second-to­ none and, having been in our business for over fifteen years, his full list of achievements is almost too long to list. Brendan has been instrumental in creating broadcast output that millions of listeners enjoy and that brands want to be a part of, so this new role is recognition of Brendan’s hard work, dedication and talent.”

David McClung will step into Taylor’s vacated role of Group Program Operations and Commercial Integration Director. He is currently Head of Programming for Melbourne’s Nova 100.

Sander Novak-Booth will take over from McClung as Program Director for Nova 100 from Southern Cross Austereo, where she was Content Director of National Shows. Novak-Booth’s will join Nova in January 2024.

The programming changes come as previous Head of Programming for Nova 96.9 and Nova 919 Ben Latimer announced last week he had moved to the ABC to leading their broadcast strategy.

Story courtesy of radio info.


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