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Jeff Wilson Joins Livesport Radio


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Jeff Wilson Joins Livesport Radio

Former All Black and Black Cap, Jeff Wilson will co-host the LiveSPORT ‘Breakfast of Champions’ radio show, starting on 7 January, 2013.

Jeff joins Ian Smith and Nathan Rarere on the Breakfast of Champions’ bench, replacing Dean Lonergan, on the sports-focussed breakfast show.

Jeff Wilson says: “I am excited about the opportunity and looking forward to the challenge of live radio. I am a sports fan, and with that comes a sporting opinion.

“With the quality of people associated with the 'Breakfast of Champions' I see a great team and am proud to join the MediaWorks crew.”

MediaWorks Radio General Manager – Talk Brands, Jana Rangooni says Wilson will be a valuable addition to both LiveSPORT and the MediaWorks Radio family in general.

“He's a great asset to the team,” she says. “He was well respected as a sportsman and is incredibly knowledgeable across a range of sports, in addition to those he played.”

LiveSPORT Breakfast of Champions - weekdays from 6am on LiveSPORT Radio.

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