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    Commercial Radio & Audio (CRA) searching for new CEO after Ford Enalls quits

    The CEO of industry body Commercial Radio & Audio (CRA), Ford Ennals, has announced his resignation effective Monday 15 April 2024.

    A statement from CRA said:
    Ennals has served as CEO for two years, during which he successfully led the rebranding of the industry body from “Commercial Radio Australia” to “Commercial Radio & Audio”. Additionally, Mr Ennals oversaw the successful launch of “Radio 360”, the new industry audience measurement system that provided more robust audience listening data.

    CRA represents 260 commercial radio stations across Australia, with members including Australian Radio Network (ARN), SCA, Nova Entertainment, Nine Radio and ACE Radio Broadcasters.

    Chair of the CRA Board, Ciaran Davis, thanked Mr Ennals for his leadership of CRA, stating “Ford has made some great contributions during his tenure with CRA.  We wish him well for his future role.”

    Mr Ennals remarked, “I’ve had the privilege to successfully guide the CRA through a key period of transition. I extend my gratitude to the CRA team and our members. I am confident that the commercial radio and audio sector is well-positioned for future growth and success.”

    Mr Davis confirmed that Jo Dick, Chief Commercial Officer for CRA will care-take the CEO role whilst the Board undertakes a search for a new CEO.

    See also: Ford Ennals to replace Joan Warner as CEO of Commercial Radio Australia

    The post Commercial Radio & Audio (CRA) searching for new CEO after Ford Enalls quits appeared first on Mediaweek.

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