MCM Media has appointed Brett Nossiter to the role of content acquisitions and partnership director.
Nossiter comes to MCM from DMG where he created and managed five DAB+ radio stations, launched the group’s Syndication business in 2011 and managed artist relations for streaming service Rdio.
In his new role he is responsible for working with record labels, talent managers and entertainment publicists to secure content for MCM Media’s brands including Take 40 Australia, The Hot Hits, Vevo, My Generation, Party People and ARIA Charts.
He replaces Luke Wallis who has been with the company for 10 years, and will report to group content director, Sam Thompson.
Thompson said: “His experience covers radio, digital, syndication and artist relations and he knows how to find the right balance between talent, a brand and the fans.”
Nossiter was also previously the music director and later program director for MusicMax and Channel [V], where he built content partnerships with headline artists, festivals and music platforms.
"This will be a big year for MCM Media and I am extremely excited to be joining their talented team” said Nossiter. “I can't wait to get stuck into creating fresh, innovative music content for the artists and our partners. I also look forward to taking over from Simon Joyce as the best looking man in the company."