The station will benefit from Sue’s experiences as a producer at BBC Radio 2 and as a digital specialist at ITV and Magic FM as well as her extensive contacts among local businesses.
Sue Keogh said: “When I first started in radio we were still cutting tape with razor blades and I would often take the boxes from Cambridge down to Broadcasting House to deliver them by hand. A lot has changed since then! I’ve never lost my love for this medium and it’s an honour to become part of the Cambridge 105 Radio board. I’ll be drawing on all my experience in digital content and further strengthening the station’s relationships with the Cambridge community and business scene.”
Founding director Steve Potter said “As we approach our tenth year on air, we’re confident that Sue’s appointment will further ensure that we’re well placed to tackle the rapidly changing media landscape and adapt to the multi-platform possibilities of modern radio.”