Magic Radio: How To Be Station of the Year
It's official - Magic Radio is the UK ARIAS National Station of the Year for 2021. Join us as we talk to the team behind Magic about their 2020. A look back at the station in the toughest of years, it's key projects and features, and a deep-dive into their award winning ARIA entry.
Speakers for this event
Tony Moorey - Group Content Director (Magic, Absolute and Scala) - Formerly a producer at BBC Radio 5 Live and Virgin Radio, then Content Director at Absolute Radio, Tony is now Group Content Director for Magic as well as Absolute Radio and more recently Scala Radio for Bauer, and has led the strategy for Magic since 2015.
Sheena Mason - Deputy Content Director, Magic - joining Magic in 2009 after previously being Head of Music at Capital Radio. She is part of the small group responsible for the strategy of Magic and its Network of five stations, managing the programming, editorial and production teams and overseeing the Network's output.
Nick Snaith - has been a presenter since 1998, starting this radio career on BRMB in Birmingham before moving to Heart London in 2005. Nick moved to Magic in 2014 to present drivetime, before hosting Magic Breakfast for nearly 3 years. He now presents at mid-morning from 10am to 1pm.
Andrew Wyke - Director of Events at TBI Media. Since joining Phil Critchlow in 2014, the events division of TBI has grown significantly, and TBI now produces a wide range of concerts and commercial events for premium broadcasters and brands all over the world (including Magic).
Nikki Tapper (our host) - presents 8-10pm Sunday nights on BBC Coventry and Warwickshire & BBC WM. Nikki’s been presenting on local radio since 1997 - starting out on community radio and RSLs - moving into commercial and then BBC radio.
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