Jeremy Dixon Joins Classic Hits Radio

Jeremy Dixon joins Classic Hits Radio

Jeremy Dixon joins Ireland’s Classic Hits as Breakfast Show Producer

The former 98FM presenter will be producing the Colm and Lucy Breakfast Show

Jeremy Dixon will begin his new role as producer for the Colm and Lucy Breakfast Show on Ireland’s Classic Hits Radio this July, after recently finishing up with 98FM. Dixon previously spent seven years as host of award winning current affairs show ‘Dublin Talks’ on 98FM, and 17 years prior to that with FM104 on ‘The Phone Show’. Following two IMRO Awards and over 24 years of radio experience, this will be Dixon’s first venture into radio production.

On his new role, Dixon said: “This is a big transition for me to move from talk radio to breakfast radio, but I’m relishing the challenge. To work with these two guys (Colm and Lucy) will make it so much easier. I am really looking forward to helping to grow the show into one of the most popular breakfast shows in the country.”

Lucy Kennedy and Colm Hayes present their fun-loving family show every weekday morning from 6-10am, which launched on Ireland’s Classic Hits in March 2021. Alongside the ‘The Colm & Lucy Breakfast Show’, Dixon also produces a daily Podcast with former colleague Adrian Kennedy called ‘Opinions Matter’ through their own production company.

Speaking about Dixon’s appointment, Kevin Branigan, CEO, Ireland’s Classic Hits Radio, said: “We’re very excited to welcome Jeremy onboard and look forward to seeing what ideas he brings to the show. His experience and talent will be a welcome addition to our incredibly talented team. We are determined to grow our radio brands to new levels in 2021 and this premium breakfast show will stand out in the marketplace in the coming months.”

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For further information or to speak to Jeremy Dixon please contact: Ann-Marie Sheehan, Aspire PR, T : 0872985569 or E : annmarie@aspire-pr.com

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