ARN Announces Departure Of Content Director & Radio Veteran

On Air sign in a studio broadcasting via radio, podcast or wireless transmission.

Australian Radio Network (ARN) has announced that Charlie Fox, content Director for WSFM and The Edge, and WSFM morning announcer Ron E Sparks, have departed.

Fox has been with ARN since 2005, and Sparks joined WSFM in 2002.

Ron E Sparks and Charlie Fox

Ron E Sparks and Charlie Fox

ARN national content director Duncan Campbell said the departure of Fox and Sparks are part of the network’s strategy to re-energise and position it for even greater success in 2018 and beyond.

“I want to thank Charlie for his commitment to WSFM and his work with Jonesy & Amanda in breakfast,” he said.

“I also want to acknowledge Ron E Sparks, who has been an icon of Sydney radio since the late 1970s, and wish him the best for the next stage of his impressive career.”


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