Chrissie Swan, one of Australia’s most talented personalities, will be joining Melbourne’s NOVA 100 breakfast show in 2016.
As a highly experienced radio broadcaster, Swan is no stranger to the NOVA Entertainment family. In 2015 she has been a regular on NOVA 96.9’s Fitzy & Wippa show and previously co-hosted breakfast on vega 91.5 (now smoothfm).
A popular presenter on TV, Chrissie is a regular on The Project and after endearing audiences on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here, she was perfectly cast as the co-host of Network Ten’s successful series The Great Australian Spelling Bee.
Louise Higgins, NOVA Entertainment COO said: “We are delighted that Chrissie Swan will be joining NOVA 100 next year. Chrissie’s relatable style and quick wit makes her the perfect choice for breakfast and will put us in a strong position for success in 2016.”
Chrissie Swan said: “I have loved NOVA since it first burst into Melbourne and it’s a dream come true. I’ve truly missed chatting to my beloved Melburnians on a daily basis and I can’t wait to get cracking in 2016. I’m back! And I could not be more excited.”
Meshel Laurie, a talented broadcaster, TV presenter and writer, who has been part of the NOVA network for over 11 years, will be departing Nova 100 at the end of the year.
Louise Higgins said: “I would like to sincerely thank Meshel for her contribution to NOVA Entertainment. She’s a great broadcaster and we wish Meshel success for the next stage of her career.”
Meshel & Tommy will continue to entertain Melbourne listeners for the rest of 2015.
An announcement about NOVA 100’s 2016 line up will be made shortly.