Triple M Sydney Snares WSFM’s Laura Bouche For EP Role

Triple M Sydney Snares WSFM’s Laura Bouche For EP Role
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Award winning radio producer Laura Bouchet has been appointed as executive producer of the brand-new Triple M Sydney breakfast show – Moonman in the Morning.

After 11 and a half years as EP of WSFM’s Jonesy & Amanda breakfast show,Bouchet, who is a two-time Australian Commercial Radio Award (ACRA) winner for Best Show Producer, will EP Triple M Sydney’s breakfast show with Lawrence Mooney, Jess Eva, Gus Worland and Chris Page.

Triple M’s head of content, Mike Fitzpatrick said he was thrilled to have secured Bouchet,

“Laura has a fantastic radio brain and is well respected in the industry. I can’t think of a better person to help build and drive our new show. It’s quite different from our breakfast show of the last eight years and Laura has exactly what Lawrence, Jess and Gus need to steer them to success,” he said.

Bouchet  will commence in her new role in March.

 

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