Brad March is one of Australia’s most experienced media professionals with 30 years experience in radio.
He previously held the roles of Group Managing Director and Group Program Director of Austereo now Southern Cross Austereo and Group Programming Consultant of ARN the Australian Radio Network.
Brad March has identified, developed, managed and directed some of Australia’s most successful radio talent including Jackie O, Wendy Harmer, Amanda Keller, Andrew Denton, Ben and Liam, The Chaser, The D Generation, Eddie McGuire, Jamie Dunn, Jane Kennedy, Kyle Sanderlands, Matt Tilley, Mick Molloy, Peter Moon, Robin Bailey, Ryan Jon, Tony Martin and others. Brad was responsible for developing and overseeing the groundbreaking Martin Molloy Australia’s first ever national drive show.
At Austereo he oversaw both the Today/Hit and Triple M Networks, developing market-leading positions across the country through robust strategic thinking, research, creativity and a particular focus on talent.
At ARN Brad worked on talent management and acquisition, breakfast show development and content strategy.
Brad March’s career has also included successful roles as Program Director at several market leading stations including 2dayfm, B105, FM104.7 and Triple M.
Brad lives and breathes radio and talent and is one of Australian radio’s most respected and influential figures.