MCM Media hires Brett Nossiter as content director as Luke Wallis departs after ten years

Brett ‘Nozz’ Nossiter

Brett ‘Nozz’ Nossiter

MCM Media has hired a new content acquisitions and partnership director as Luke Wallis exits after a decade with the company.

Brett Nossiter joins from DMG, where he created and managed DAB+ radio stations Koffee, Novanation and Radio Free, launched the group’s syndication business in 2011 and managed artist relations for music streaming service Rdio.

He will report to group content director, Sam Thompson, joining the Sydney office on 22 April.

Nossiter will be responsible for securing content for MCM Media brands including Take 40 Australia, The Hot Hits, VEVO, My Generation, Party People and ARIA Charts.

He said in a press release: “This will be a big year for MCM Media and I am extremely excited to be joining their talented team. I can’t wait to get stuck into creating fresh, innovative music content for the artists and our partners. I also look forward to taking over from [CEO] Simon Joyce as the best looking man in the company.”

Before DMG, Nossiter was the music director and later program director for MusicMax and Channel [V].

Thompson added, commenting on the departure of Wallis: “Luke has played a significant role across many aspects of the business and delivered some incredible content during his 10 years with MCM Media. We wish him all the best.”


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