Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) has announced the appointment of Dave Cameron as its general manager for Melbourne.
Cameron started with Austereo in Melbourne in 1994, and his career in content with SCA has spanned 23 years working across both the Triple M and Hit networks in both local and national content roles in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
Over the past 12 months, Cameron has held SCA’s national content and development role.
In addition to his new responsibilities as Melbourne GM, Cameron will continue to head up SCA’s national talent development unit and digital radio strategy.
SCA chief operating officer John Kelly said Cameron is ideally suited to the new leadership role in Melbourne.
“He brings his extensive experience and expertise in content across a number of SCA businesses in several locations,” he said.
Commenting on his appointment, Cameron said: “After two decades of working across SCA’s content, I’m excited to now be taking on a broader management role in Melbourne.
“Melbourne has been the home of so many of SCA’s biggest and best shows, and I’m proud to be working alongside all our amazingly creative and dedicated Melbourne staff who are responsible for bringing our audiences great audio and visual entertainment.”
Cameron will commence his new role on 1 July 2017.
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