Acting CEO appointed to Seven WA
Maryna Fewster takes on top Seven role in the West following the resignation of John Driscoll.
Seven has appointed Maryna Fewster as Acting CEO for Seven West Media WA.
Fewster, who is currently Chief Operating Officer, assumes the role following the resignation of John Driscoll.
Adam Everett, currently General Manager – Circulation & Distribution, has been appointed Chief Operating Officer.
Both have responsibility for SWM’s WA operations including The West Australian newspaper, The Sunday Times, thewest.com.au, perthnow.com.au, nine radio stations, 20 regional newspapers and Channel Seven Perth, as well as SWM’s holding in the Community Newspaper Group, a joint-venture with News Corp Australia.
CEO Tim Worner said: “We are very fortunate to have Maryna available to step straight into this role and continue to evolve the business. She has already had a huge impact since joining us in April last year, and we are looking forward to that continuing impact.
“Adam is one of the most experienced and accomplished newspaper executives in the country and has a very long track record of out-performance and innovation when it comes to circulation and distribution. He has also been outstanding in challenging convention to bring about efficiencies. This role will see him use all those qualities across our entire WA business.”
Ms Fewster joined SWM in April 2017 as Chief Operating Officer (WA). Prior to that she worked at iiNet for over a decade as GM Corporate Services, Chief Customer Officer and Chief Operating Officer.
Mr Everett has been SWM WA’s General Manager – Circulation and Distribution since 2012. Prior to this he worked for News Corp Australia as Director of Circulation for Nationwide News in Sydney from 1999-2004 and then Director of Circulation for Advertiser Newspapers in Adelaide from 2004-12.