Australian Radio Network (ARN) has announced the appointment of Greg Tremain to the newly created position of partnerships director.
Tremain joins ARN on Tuesday 29 March and brings more than 20 years’ experience working in the Australian media industry to the role. Tremain will be based in Sydney, reporting to ARN’s national agency sales director Matthew Granger.
With his passion for developing innovative, content-led brand solutions, Tremain will work to strengthen existing, and build new relationships with internal and external stakeholders to create and deliver market leading business solutions for ARN clients.
Tremain joins ARN from Authentic Entertainment (formally MCM Media), Australia’s largest radio syndicator, where he began work in 2004 as Australia and New Zealand representative for VEVO and producer of entertainment brands including Take 40 Australia, My Generation and Live at the Chapel.
Granger said Tremain will be a valuable addition to ARN and welcomed him to the role.
“ARN is an audience- and customer-led business and our commitment to investing in great talent, both on and off air, has resulted in excellent audience growth and built our reputation for delivering effective integrated solutions for clients across our networks.
“The addition of Greg to our commercial leadership team as partnerships director further strengthens our commercial offering to customers.
“Working with the talented sales, creative, content and strategic team at ARN, we look forward to Greg being a key part of ARN’s customer-centric delivery of market-leading, creative business solutions.”