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Stacey Lee joins FIVEaa

FIVEaa has announced that award winning journalist Stacey Lee will join the station on the afternoon shift next year. After two years on ABC Radio Adelaide and more than ten years in the industry, Lee has made the switch to FIVEaa and is looking forward to getting behind the microphone.

Lee said: “The chance to be a part of the FIVEaa family was an opportunity too good to pass up.  I love speaking directly to the Adelaide audience and learning what makes them tick, so I’m really excited to be able to do even more of that in a solo capacity on Afternoons. I’m extremely passionate our great state and often reflect on how lucky we are.  I can’t wait to dive in and talk with the listeners about the issues that matter to them so January can’t come soon enough.”

“I’m also a proud Port supporter so am looking forward to getting behind Timmy G and adding another Port supporter to the FIVEaa line-up.”

FIVEaa Station Manager Craig Munn said: “We’re thrilled to have Stacey on board.  A fantastic broadcaster and well-respected journalist demonstrated by the body of work that she has delivered to audiences over a number of years.

Story courtesy of RadioInfo

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  1. Flying solo might be what she needs. She was far too pushy on ABC and completely crushed Nikolai


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