Grant Broadcasters to expand The Campus syndication

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Grant Broadcasters (photo credit: RadioInfo)Grant Broadcasters’ primetime radio show, The Campus, is set to expand its reach as part of a new agreement with Ace Radio.

The company stated that Ace Radio has agreed to earmark eight of its 17 stations to air the show starting today. Those stations are located in regional Victoria.

The Campus carries the most popular and alternative songs as well as instructional material for students and millennials. It is already broadcast over eastern Australia and Tasmania every weeknights from 7pm to 10pm.

“The Campus is a great addition to our FM network and we are excited about offering a new, relevant and local show for our younger listeners,” said Ace Radio CEO Mark Taylor.

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Sydney native to run new Thomson Reuters Shenzhen office

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Newswire company Thomson Reuters is setting up a South China bureau next week in Shenzhen, China, with former Sydneysider Wong Sue-Lin as bureau chief.

Formerly SKY News’ Canberra media liaison, Wong has been based in Beijing since late 2015, working on economics and general news items. The opening of the Shenzhen office is meant to cover the Pearl River Delta region’s booming status as a tech industry hub, Thomson Reuters officials stated.

Keep in touch with Wong on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Rizvi named Future Women editor-at-large

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Jamila Rizvi has joined women’s online portal Future Women as its new editor-at-large.

Currently serving on the McKeil Institute’s board of directors, Rizvi will concentrate on developing the website editorial team’s strategic direction.

She will also write and edit articles about leadership and equality issues in addition to other material she writes for News.com.au.

Stay tuned to @JamilaRizvi on Twitter.

Herron takes over AWW

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The Australian Women’s Weekly (AWW) has welcomed new executive editor Miranda Herron.

Herron came to the publication after packing up affairs at Transport for NSW, where she spent nine months as ministerial writer for briefings.

For the Weekly, she will be in charge of content, partnerships and collaborations for the magazine’s charity, consumer issues, health, and community activities, while generating articles about homes, finances, and gardening.

Get to know Herron more over LinkedIn.

Fox-Koob goes into business at The Age

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Simone Fox-Koob has settled into The Age as a breaking news reporter.

She joined up with the paper early this month, following three years with the Australian as Out and About editor and journalist at both Sydney and Melbourne bureau.

Keep updated with Fox-Koob on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Gordon savors Taste.com.au

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Rosalie Gordon has joined food website Taste.com.au as a new content producer.

Gordon came over from Super Food Ideas magazine, where she was chief sub-editor for roughly two years. Her content will focus on food news and crafting certain recipes.

Follow Gordon on LinkedIn.

Khay joins GOLD 1242

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Ryan Khay has come aboard ACE Radio Network as the content director at TRFM GOLD 1242.

Khay signed up with the network in Gippsland after spending three months doing studio work on the Sunshine Coast with EON Broadcasting.

He also spent almost a year handling radio operations at the Ngaanyatjarra Media Radio Network in WA’s remote regions.

Tune in to Khay over LinkedIn.

Dundas leads LATTE

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Guy Dundas has become the new managing editor of Signature Media’s weekly travel e-newsletter, Luxury Australian Travel Trade Enews (LATTE).

Dundas will be in charge of generating local editorial content for businesses in the travel industry. He recently stepped down from almost 11 years’ service as Travel Daily’s editor, turning it over to Jasmine O’Donoghue. He also has knowledge of the travel industry’s intricacies from over six years as a reservations booking specialist and group tour coordinator.

“LATTE has only scratched the surface of its full potential in the luxury space. I’m thrilled to join the team at Signature Media and oversee the evolution of this brand,” said Dundas.

“Guy’s trade-centric focus, storytelling skills, and reputation among retail networks, hoteliers, airlines, cruise lines and tourism organisations will provide Signature Media with the ability to take LATTE to the next level,” added Signat

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