Nova Entertainment's Paul Jackson resigns

Paul Jackson has resigned from his position as chief programming and music content officer at Nova Entertainment, where he had been for over 12 years.

Jackson informed the company's board of directors of his decision last week. He left the firm to launch his own worldwide radio consultancy.

"I'm incredibly pleased of what we've accomplished over my twelve years at NOVA," Jackson stated. It has been a gift to be able to achieve so many incredible things while being surrounded by such a fantastic team of individuals.

"I am looking forward to the future as I launch my own international radio consultancy and pursue some other unique and inventive business concepts that I have been developing."

"For twelve years Paul has headed our Programming function, through what has been an exceptionally successful era for the firm," stated Nova Entertainment CEO Peter Charlton. We congratulate Paul for everything he has done, and everyone at NOVA Entertainment wishes him the best in his future endeavours." Following the recent changes to Nova Entertainment's senior programming staff, Peter Clay, Ben Latimer, and Brendan Taylor will now report to Nova CEO Peter Charlton.


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