The Hit Network today has announced Aimee Craig as Bendigo's Hit91.9 Mornings Announcer.
Aimee moves to regional Victoria from NOVA Melbourne where she most recently worked in promotions. No stranger to the airwaves, Aimee was a presenter on Australia's LGBTIQ+ Community radio station, JOY 94.9 with fellow Hit Announcer, Maddy Rowe, for over four years.
'I've done years of radio school and countless hours in community radio with the hopes of joining my childhood dream station under the Hit Network. Over the moon is an understatement when trying to describe my feelings of finally joining the Hit family as an Announcer in beautiful Bendigo,' said Aimee.
'I grew up listening to Hit, I feel beyond lucky to be part of a station that champions young media makers and celebrates unique and diverse content. I'm bubbling away with so many ideas and can't wait to execute them with such a supportive team.'
SCA South Victorian Content Director, Leroy Brown, said: 'We are stoked to have Aimee come and join the team here at Hit Bendigo, bringing with her a fresh young sound that will compliment Tim and Jess in breakfast.
'Aimee has already won over the team with her people-first attitude which will add so much to the team culture that already exists at SCA Bendigo.'
Aimee can be heard on Bendigo's Hit91.9 at 9-12pm from Monday 20 September.
About The Hit Network:
The Hit Network is Australia's biggest radio network broadcasting across metro and regional markets with a unique collection of 50 FM and DAB+ stations. The Hit Network targets people aged 30 - 54, skews female and features a mood focused, 'feel great' pop music format alongside the most entertaining local breakfast and national drive shows. Home to popular personalities including Fifi Box, Ed Kavalee, Abby Coleman, Matty Acton, Stav Davidson, Dave Hughes, Brendan Fevola, Nick Cody, Carrie Bickmore, Tommy Little, Erin Molan, Rebecca Morse, Andrew 'Cosi' Costello, Anthony 'Lehmo' Lehmann, Pete Curulli, Matt Dyktynski, Kymba Cahill, Bianca Dye and many more, the Hit Network entertains over 4.8 million Aussie radio listeners across B105, 2Day,The Fox, SAFM, MIX, Sea FM, 41 Hit stations plus DAB+ stations including Old Skool 90s Hits, Buddha Hits, Easy 80s Hits, Urban Hits and Dance Hits. And now, all Hit Network's content is also available live or on demand on the new LiSTNR app.
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