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Jack Revell departs as News and Culture Editor at The Latch

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Jack Revell bids farewell to his role as News and Culture Editor at Val Morgan Digital's The Latch and returns to freelance journalism. With over a decade of experience reporting on arts, culture, politics, and society for various publications in Australia and the UK, Revell leaves behind a legacy of insightful storytelling and engaging content creation. In an announcement on LinkedIn, Revell expressed gratitude for his time at The Latch, citing it as a privilege to have been part of the team during its growth into a formidable content platform. "I've finished up my role... after a whirlwind three years and getting back into the big bad world of freelancing," Revell wrote, eager to delve into his own writing, videography, photography, and more. During his tenure, Revell contributed significantly to The Latch's editorial endeavours, contributing to its evolution into a prominent source of news and culture. Revell's extensive portfolio includes contributions to esteemed publication

Walters steps up at Are Media

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Kylie Walters ascends to the role of senior news and features writer for Who Magazine at Are Media, marking a significant milestone in her editorial career. Walters shared a quick update on her new role with her LinkedIn connections, where senior copy editor of New Idea magazine, Sarah Iasiello, noted the promotion was “well-deserved”.  Walters’ industry experience spans various editorial roles, including an editorial coordinator role at Pacific Magazines, a features writer at Bauer Media, a casual news reporter and showbiz reporter at Daily Mail Australia, and a Royal reporter and commentator for nearly four years.  She joined Are Media in 2021 as a senior news and features writer for Who Magazine in a contract. She was also an associate editor of New Idea magazine and a contributor for other Are Media publications, including Royals Monthly, Marie Claire, TV Week, and Australia Women’s Weekly Icons. Kylie Walters ascends to the role of senior news and features writer f

Signature Media announces editorial updates for 2024

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Signature Media has unveiled several significant editorial updates for the year 2024, reflecting changes and expansions within its editorial team. Kirstie Bedford, who served as Assistant Editor for two years, is bidding farewell to Signature Media to concentrate on her freelance career, including her successful travel podcast, The World Awaits. Leanne Archer has been appointed as the Editor of Vacations & Travel magazine, bringing her expertise to the helm of this esteemed publication. Additionally, Leanne will serve as the Sub-Editor across Signature Media's suite of titles. Laura Barry, the Digital Editor, will now extend her responsibilities across all titles, both in print and digital formats. She will also assume the role of Assistant Editor for the annual Caravan & Camping with Kids magazine. In a transition of leadership, Catherine Best has been named the new Editor of Caravan & Camping with Kids, succeeding Jen Ennion. Best will take charge of the publication s

Savanna Young promoted to Assistant Showbiz Editor at Daily Mail Australia

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Savanna Young has been appointed as the Assistant Showbiz Editor at Daily Mail Australia, marking a significant step forward in her career trajectory. In her new capacity, Savanna will oversee the showbiz coverage there. Previously serving as a Senior Showbiz Reporter at Daily Mail Australia since 2022, Savanna brings a wealth of experience to her new role. Prior to her tenure at Daily Mail, she served as an Associate Producer at 9Honey Celebrity, reporting on celebrities, television shows, movies, events, and podcasts. Savanna invites contributors to reach out to her with relevant story pitches via email at savanna.young@mailonline.com.  

Harry Boucher joins 90.9 Sea FM as Assistant Producer

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The Hit Network has unveiled its latest addition to the Gold Coast's 90.9 Sea FM lineup, with Harry Boucher stepping in as the Breakfast with Bronte & Lakey Assistant Producer and Announcer. Leaving behind a double degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering and Business Management to pursue his passion for radio, Boucher's journey has led him to the shores of the Gold Coast, marking a significant leap in his broadcasting career. Boucher was excited about the new role and said, "My smile right now is wider than the 70km of pristine beaches I’m about to call home.” “I could not have asked for a better time to join the Sea FM team than in its Bronte & Lakey era. Front-row seats to one of radio’s most exciting new shows was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up," he added. SCA Head of Content – Regional, Bliar Woodcock, praised Boucher’s journey, stating, "Harry is creative and has a laid-back uniqueness that the GC will love!" Boucher’s radio aspirations began wh

Sim.ai: We can do better than the media bargaining code

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Is anyone surprised about Meta’s decision to opt out of the media bargaining code? The writing has been on the wall since it railed against Canada’s implementation of a similar code. It’s inconceivable that Meta would not adopt a global position and clearly it does not like the possibility of having to prop up media organisations all over the world. The problem with the media bargaining code has always been based on the tenuous rationale that social media companies grift off traditional media. What we do know is that media companies genuinely gain from social/technology companies. A very significant portion of media companies’ traffic emanates from social sharing, and there is nothing more terrifying to most media outlets than a potential change of algorithm from Google or Facebook. Meta’s position is that news content accounts for a very small amount of content on Facebook, and even less on Instagram. That’s not made up. I didn’t even realise that Facebook had a “

From AFL to SCA: Higginbotham embarks on a new endeavour

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Tegan Higginbotham, known for her multifaceted career spanning television, sports journalism, and podcasting, has embarked on a new professional journey as the executive producer of Triple M's Marty Sheargold Show. Announcing her latest endeavour on Instagram, Higginbotham expressed excitement about joining the talented team behind the popular radio show. “It’s official! I’m going to be working with some of the best humans in the biz as the new EP of The Marty Sheargold Show on Triple M.” She lauded the team's immense talent while humorously noting the unprecedented level of swearing observed during their collaborative efforts. “I’ve spent the past few mornings watching this incredible teamwork. The talent? Immense, The swearing? Unprecedented. I’m very excited.” Her appointment was met with congratulatory messages from industry peers on LinkedIn, including Shaun Vance, senior producer at AFL Media, highlighting the recognition and respect she commands within the m

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