WIN Group names director Geneviève Gordon as general manager of its radio stations
WIN Corporation announced Genevieve Gordon will add the position of General Manager – Radio to her broader responsibilities within the WIN group of companies.
Currently, Geneviève is a director of WIN Corporation and this new role gives her a hands-on operational role within WIN.
Geneviève Gordon is a member of the Gordon family working in the WIN group and she is the daughter of owner Bruce Gordon.
Other family members working in the company are Chairman and Executive Director Andre Gordon. Judith Gordon and Bruce Gordon are appointed directors of the company.
The appointment of Geneviève Gordon will see Phil Giblin in his new role as Station Manager C91.3FM and Tia Davis as station manager, i98FM reports to Geneviève.
Andrew Lancaster, CEO of WIN Network, said, “Our radio stations are an important part of our business. It’s a very exciting time for both stations, especially as we enter a period of investigation for i98FM. I look forward to continuing the on-air and financial success of both radio stations under Geneviève’s guidance and guidance. »
Genevieve Gordon said she looks forward to the new role. “I have been in the industry for many years, but this new operational role will be a great opportunity to continue to grow WIN’s radio business. I98FM and C91.3FM are important to their communities and to us and I look forward to meeting with our customers and stakeholders in both regions over the coming weeks,” Gordon said.
The appointment is effective immediately.
WIN group radio participations
i98FM: A radio station for the community of Illawarra in New South Wales that features a mix of music, news, sports, weather, traffic, interviews, competitions, listener opinions and local issues.
C91.3: A radio channel for the Macarthur community in New South Wales which features a mix of music, news, sports, weather, traffic, interviews, competitions, listener opinions and local issues.
See also: Network 10 and WIN Corporation announce broadcast deal for Northern New South Wales