Fresh 92.7 appoints new General Manager

hfriedlander, 27th April 2018

Fresh 92.7 is excited to announce the details of their new General Manager appointment.

Following the recent departure of Fresh 92.7’s General Manager, Troy Sincock, the board have appointed a new General Manager in Dave Shearer.

Fresh 92.7 Chair, Paul Gordon said:

“We’re delighted to have someone of Dave’s calibre on board at the helm of Fresh 2.0. Dave’s experience in programming and station management in Australia and throughout the UK has provided us confidence that he will be able to deliver the results we’re looking for. His appointment comes at a great time, as we celebrate the 20th year of Fresh 92.7 and steer the organisation into the next 20 years.”

Shearer, former Nova 919 Program Director, said:

“Fresh 92.7 has been a shining example of how to serve the youth of a great city for 20 years. It’s an exciting time to be joining this excellent team and helping to drive new ideas and initiatives to help the next 20 years see even more success. I can’t wait to get started and work on some ideas that will help to make a real difference in Adelaide”.

As General Manager, Shearer will oversee both the sales and content sides of the business.

Shearer’s first day at Fresh 92.7 was Wednesday 18 April, 2018.

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