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SCA Announces Senior Content Promotions

SCA Chief Content Officer, Dave Cameron, has announced two senior promotions in the content team. Sonder Novak-Booth, currently Executive Producer of Hit Network’s Carrie and Tommy Drive show  joins the ranks of SCA’s Content Directors nationally and is promoted to a new role as Content Director – National Shows. Mickey Maher,  currently Head of Music for SCA across the Hit and Triple M networks, will extend his responsibilities to also become Group Content Director – Provincial, working closely with the local Content Directors in SCA’s key Gold Coast, Newcastle, Hobart, and Canberra markets.

“Mickey has been instrumental in the successful content relaunch of SEA FM back on the Gold Coast, and prior to his current music role was highly successful as Head of Regional Content for SCA. He has and continues to do a fantastic job as Head of Music and I’m delighted that Mickey is taking on this new, important role for Hit and Triple M in these key markets,” Cameron said.

“Sonder has a wealth of content experience over the last decade working with some of our biggest shows including The Fox Breakfast show, and most recently leading the charge on the Carrie and Tommy show. I know she will do an amazing job continuing to coach and develop our national premium shows and the development of show talent and teams.”

Both appointments are effective immediately, and recruitment for the Carrie and Tommy show Executive Producer role will commence soon.

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