AUSTEREO BOSS QUITS

Written on the 27 October 2011

AUSTEREO BOSS QUITS

THE group general manager of Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) Queensland has stepped down, citing both personal and professional reasons.

David Langsford (pictured) says he is looking at some new opportunities and will return to Townsville where he will wed his fiancée Kathy next year.

“While it was a hard decision to leave such a great job and industry, I wanted to live back in Townsville for both personal and professional reasons,” he says.

The announcement comes just one week after SCA moved its Southport radio and television studios to the Oracle development in Broadbeach.

The broadcaster of Southern Cross Ten, Eleven, One, 92.5 GoldFM and 90.9 SeaFM, signed a 10-year lease for 2000sqm across one level.

SCA has invested about $4 million in constructing four new radio studios, five radio production studios, one TV studio and three TV production studios.


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