Capital Radio programme director to step down

Capital Radio programme director Scott Muller is leaving the station after 18 months in the role. He will remain within GCap in a group programming role.

Muller, who joined in April 2006, leaves the station just months after Paul Jackson (pictured) joined as managing director. Jackson announced an overhaul of the schedule, including axing DJ Dave Berry and Bam Bam, last week. Jackson is the former programme director at Virgin Radio.

Muller was drafted in by GCap following the sudden departures of Capital managing director Keith Pringle and programme director Nik Goodman as part of a restructure of the station.

Muller joined from Australian station Nova – which was launched by Daily Mail & General Trust and is a major GCap shareholder – with a brief to implement the next stage of the station’s drive to achieve listener growth.

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