WSFM brings in new staff

By Jonas Lopez in Media News on

WSFM logo (photo source: ARN)ARN has welcomed new personnel to its WSFM station.

The company stated that Scott Muller has signed on as the station’s new content director, while Mike Hammond and Steven Fitton will be the respective morning and afternoon announcers. Jason Staveley stays on as music director and drive host.

Muller, Hammond, and Fitton have over 40 years’ combined experience in the broadcast circuit. Muller’s experience in creative and talent development helped NOVA FM rise to the top of the Sydney charts and make Capital Radio London in England grow once more. Hammond previously helmed award-winning shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, and Newcastle, and even co-hosted athletics show Gladiators on Seven. Fitton formerly worked with Austereo and 96FM.

“I’m excited to be welcoming Scott, Mike and Steve to WSFM. They bring a wealth of experience but also a fresh dynamic to the station, which is key to our strategy to re-energise ARN and position WSFM and the whole network for even greater success in 2018 and beyond. Scott has great plans to continue to grow on the success of WSFM and I know the whole team will join me in welcoming him,” beamed ARN national content director Duncan Campbell.

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