Tonic Health Media Appoints Network & Content Director

Tonic Health Media Appoints Network & Content Director

Health and wellbeing media network, Tonic Health Media, today announced the appointment of Rohan Thomas (pictured) to the newly created position of network & content director.

Thomas’ core responsibilities will be running the Tonic On Demand Out-of-Home Digital TV Network with 1,100 screens in medical practice waiting areas around the country.

Tasked with managing studio activities, including creative and production, Thomas will play a key role in defining the ‘look and feel’ of Tonic’s Digital TV offering and continuing to cement its dominance in place-based health media.

Thomas joins Tonic with considerable experience in brand marketing and media consultancy roles and over a decade of television and digital media production with Altervision.

Tonic Health Media executive director and co-founder Dr Norman Swan said, “With our recent acquisition and absorption of the INFO-MED brand, the hiring of two new commercial managers, and freshly inked content sharing agreements with fellow leading health advice providers, Tonic Health Media has enjoyed a great 12 months.

“We’re delighted to welcome a multimedia professional of Rohan’s calibre to the Tonic team and we look forward to his contribution to further defining Tonic Health TV’s voice as a trusted leader in the health and wellbeing sector in Australia.”

Thomas added, “Tonic has quickly established itself as a leading digital media business delivering engaging, informative and highly relevant content to audiences within a trusted health and wellbeing environment.

“I’m looking forward to getting hands-on with one of the most vibrant media brands in the health media space.”

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