The Music Network & Radio Today reveal internal promotions, welcome new reporter
Take 2 Media, the publisher of trade titles The Music Network and Radio Today, has announced a number of staffing changes across its commercial and editorial teams.
Take 2 Media’s editor, Vivienne Kelly, has been promoted to content director. She joined the business last September from Mumbrella and has overseen record audience growth for the B2B network.
As part of the changes Take 2 Media’s publisher, Jake Challenor, has stepped down as content director to launch a PR/ comms consultancy for music, media and technology businesses.
He will continue to lead sponsorships for all awards programs, including an expanded music business awards, the 2021 TMN Tinnies, which kicks off in September.
In her new role, effective immediately, Kelly is responsible for overseeing all editorial and content across Take 2 Media’s digital channels, including all daily and weekly email newsletters.
Kelly can be reached at email@example.com.
Take 2 Media’s campaign manager, Brian Lawlor, has also been promoted to partnerships director. He joined the business in 2020 from Jaden Digital, where he was agency director.
Lawlor is responsible for overseeing all commercial partnerships and awards programs across The Music Network and Radio Today, including the 30 Under 30 Awards across both titles.
Lawlor was behind the hugely successful launch of the 2021 Radio Today Podcast Awards with LiSTNR this year, and is currently preparing two new awards initiatives to be unveiled soon.
Lawlor can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joining the editorial team as a reporter for The Music Network and Radio Today is Will Brewster, who is based in Melbourne. He joins the business from Furst Media, where he was the digital editor of Australia’s leading musical instrument and audio technology publication, Mixdown Magazine.
Brewster can be reached at email@example.com.
In the 2021 financial year Take 2 Media delivered in excess of 5.2 million page views, up over 28% on the previous period of July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.