Hit Gold Coast’s content director Ali Longhurst resigns

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The Hit Network’s Gold Coast station Hit90.9 is on the hunt for a new content director, with Ali Longhurst set to leave the station.

Longhurst joined the Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) station two years ago, taking over from Corey Kay who moved to Gold 92.5 (now Triple M).

She’s previously been the EP of Galey & Charli on Sea FM (now Hit), as well as the executive producer for Matt & Meshel on KIIS Melbourne and senior producer on Fox FM’s Fifi, Fev & Byron.

SCA confirmed Longhurst’s departure and said it was recruiting for a replacement CD.

It’s not yet clear where Longhurst is going.

In the Gold Coast’s most recent ratings, Hit had a 9.2% share, behind market leader Hot Tomato’s 18.5%.

Its Breakfast show Bianca, Dan & Ben had 11.0%, up 2.5 points, but still behind Hot Tomato’s Galey, Emily Jade & Christo Breakfast Show, which fell 3.7 points to 16.6%.

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Ali-Fan
17 Jun 2021 - 9:11 am

Full circle, Ali! 😉

Musical Chairs
17 Jun 2021 - 10:37 am

973’s newest CD.

Heard it hear first!

DL
17 Jun 2021 - 11:34 am

Best content director SCA Gold Coast have employed.

Abi
17 Jun 2021 - 11:45 am

Absolute content Queen, go Ali!

Irene
17 Jun 2021 - 12:12 pm

Ali, no doubt moving on to a great opportunity, congrats, you’re a superstar!

Mick C
17 Jun 2021 - 12:20 pm

Probably moving on to somewhere wheres she will be appreciated more.

Insider
17 Jun 2021 - 12:53 pm

Ali will be missed by our entire team. She was slowly rebuilding the terrible culture left behind by past leaders.

Bianca Dye
17 Jun 2021 - 1:03 pm

In denial – pretending it’s not actually happening (But VERY happy for our boss bcos she’s a superstar and we LOVE her!!)

Snaps
17 Jun 2021 - 4:03 pm

An absolute superstar right there, good luck with whatever’s next Ali!

Nelly
18 Jun 2021 - 8:24 am

Can’t wait to see where Ali ends up. The cream always rises to the top. Such a huge loss for the Gold Coast as they finally had great leadership.

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