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Nova 100: Chrissie, Sam and Browny replaced by Adelaide’s Ben and Liam

Chrissie, Sam and Browny’s replacements are CONFIRMED: Nova brings in Adelaide duo Ben and Liam after the Melbourne hosts introduced their shock resignations

The replacements for Nova 100’s Chrissie, Sam and Browny have been introduced.

The top-rating Melbourne breakfast crew is being replaced by Ben Harvey and Liam Stapleton, who discovered success in the identical time slot on Nova 919 in Adelaide, and their long-time producer Belle Jackson.

The announcement was made on each stations on Friday morning.

The replacements for Nova 100’s Chrissie, Sam and Browny have been introduced. (Pictured from left: Sam Pang, Chrissie Swan and Jonathan ‘Browny’ Brown) 

Harvey and Stapleton, who have been beforehand the hosts of Triple J’s nationwide breakfast present, have been first linked to the Nova 100 gig earlier this week.

Other duos have been reportedly thought of for the Melbourne breakfast position, together with KIIS FM nationwide drive hosts Will and Woody, and Mike E and Emma from RNB Fridays.

One radio insider instructed Daily Mail Australia it was ‘inevitable’ the Ben and Liam present would both go nationwide or transfer to Sydney or Melbourne.

The top-rating Melbourne breakfast team is being replaced by Ben Harvey (left) and Liam Stapleton (right), who found success in the same time slot on Nova 919 in Adelaide, and their long-time producer Belle Jackson

The top-rating Melbourne breakfast crew is being replaced by Ben Harvey (left) and Liam Stapleton (proper), who discovered success in the identical time slot on Nova 919 in Adelaide, and their long-time producer Belle Jackson

‘They are primary in Adelaide and introduced a few of Triple J’s largest rankings for breakfast,’ the supply mentioned.

Harvey and Stapleton’s partnership started in 2013, after they joined forces at Adelaide group radio station Fresh 92.7.

They moved to Triple J in 2016, the place their breakfast present grew to become one of the in style within the station’s historical past.

The announcement will be made on both stations before 9am on Friday, according to sources familiar with the reshuffle. (Pictured: Chrissie Swan)

The final Chrissie, Sam and Browny show will air on December 2. (Pictured: Jonathan Brown)

The announcement shall be made on each stations earlier than 9am on Friday, based on sources conversant in the reshuffle. (Pictured left: Chrissie Swan, and proper: Jonathan Brown)

In October 2019, the duo left the ABC’s youth broadcaster for Adelaide’s Nova 919.

Listeners of Chrissie, Sam and Browny have been shocked when hosts Chrissie Swan, Sam Pang and Jonathan ‘Browny’ Brown introduced final Friday they have been quitting their top-rating breakfast present after seven years on the air.

The information got here lower than a day after their Sydney-based colleague Kate Ritchie revealed she was additionally stepping down from Nova’s nationwide drive present.

Harvey and Stapleton, who were previously the hosts of Triple J's national breakfast show, were first linked to the Nova 100 gig earlier this week

Harvey and Stapleton, who have been beforehand the hosts of Triple J’s nationwide breakfast present, have been first linked to the Nova 100 gig earlier this week

According to an insider, the announcement additionally shocked Nova workers, with all workers on the station receiving an e mail at 8.30am from CEO Peter Charlton with a press launch hooked up.

The closing Chrissie, Sam and Browny present will air on December 2.

Nova pulled the plug on the present as a result of Pang ‘needed out’ and radio bosses felt dropping the trio altogether can be a better possibility than discovering a alternative.

While there is no phrase but on Pang and Brown’s future plans within the radio business, Swan shall be internet hosting her personal nationwide afternoon present on Nova from January 2023.

Nova pulled the plug on Chrissie, Sam and Browny because Pang (pictured) 'wanted out' and radio bosses felt dropping the trio altogether was an easier option than finding a replacement

Nova pulled the plug on Chrissie, Sam and Browny as a result of Pang (pictured) ‘needed out’ and radio bosses felt dropping the trio altogether was a better possibility than discovering a alternative

While there's no word yet on Pang and Brown's future plans in the radio industry, Swan (pictured) will be hosting her own national afternoon show on Nova from January 2023

While there is no phrase but on Pang and Brown’s future plans within the radio business, Swan (pictured) shall be internet hosting her personal nationwide afternoon present on Nova from January 2023 

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