Australian Radio Network (ARN) has announced that Robin Bailey, co-host of the breakfast show for Brisbane station 97.3FM, is leaving after being unable to agree to terms.
ARN national content director Duncan Campbell said Bailey has had a great 10 years on-air with 97.3FM, and that the network is sad to see her go.
“While we worked hard to keep Robin as part of the team, we’re disappointed that we were unable to agree terms,” he said in a statement.
“All at ARN and the team at 97.3 wish her the very best.
“We’ll have further announcements soon regarding the new breakfast show for 97.3FM, but what we’re very happy to confirm now is that Terry Hansen will remain with the show and be joined by a new host, along with Bob Gallagher who will continue as the show’s anchor.”
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