Graham Snow named EP for Triple M Brisbane’s Big Breakfast

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Marto, Margaux & Nick Cody

Southern Cross Austereo’s search for a new Breakfast EP at Triple M Brisbane has come to an end, with a memo to staff today announcing that Graham Snow has been hired for the role.

Scott Menz, who has served at the station’s content director since last 2019, revealed it had been a “long and exhaustive” search.

“I’m pumped to announce, after a long and exhaustive search with some very experienced applicants, Graham Snow will be joining the Triple M team to lead The Big Breakfast with Marto, Margaux and Nick Cody into the next evolution,” said Menz.

‘Snowy’ returns to Triple M after previously serving as the EP for former Breakfast shows The Cage and The Grill Team in Brisbane. Since then Snow has worked in TV, including a gig at Fox Sports.

“It’s a homecoming for ‘Snowy’ back to the Triple M team and he brings with him a full contact book and insider knowledge hard to beat,” added Menz

Snow will begin his new role on The Big Breakfast with Marto, Margaux and Nick Cody from July 27, a week after survey periods have re-started.

“My time at Fox Sports was truly a fairy tale, from creating a human NRL trophy, to helping Fletch and Hindy survive four days in a bubble tent outside of Suncorp Stadium to being in the ring carrying the Australian flag for the Horn v Mundine fight, I had a ball. COVID19 brought this time to an end, and if it didn’t, the ducks wouldn’t have aligned for this position,” said Snow.

“Returning to Triple M really does feel like coming home. Anyone who has been lucky enough to work there will tell you that it really is like a massive family.”

“I’ve always loved the Triple M brand and what it’s stood for,” he said. “I honestly can’t wait to rip in!”

“Suffice to say, after consolidating our star team, Triple M’s Big Breakfast is locked and loaded for a strong second half of the year,” noted Menz.

Triple M Brisbane’s The Big Breakfast is hosted by Greg ‘Marto’ Martin, Nick Cody, and Margaux Parker, the latter of whom replaced Robin Bailey in September 2019.

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