Southern Cross Austereo’s struggling 2Day breakfast show appears to have ditched its announcers for a renewed focus on music.
In a vague press release to media today, the station announced that current hosts Ash London, Grant Denyer and Ed Kavalee would be replaced by Jamie Angel who would host “2Day’s Music for Breakfast”.
Head of the Hit Network, Gemma Fordham, said in the statement: “Ash London will continue to host Ash London Live nationally from 6.30pm weeknights. Ed Kavalee will continue to fill in for Kate Langbroek, who is enjoying the European summer with her young family, with Hughesy from 4.30pm.
“Grant Denyer will continue making appearances around the Network. From Monday, 2Day’s Music for Breakfast will be played by Jamie Angel, who returns to the 2Day airwaves,” Ford said.
The announcement also included a statement that said the station had listened to feedback and would now “play more music” and “play less ads”. Read it in full below:
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