Congratulations to Dale Wetter who is now Bauer Radio’s Lancashire reporter.
And it’s a happy return to Rock FM were he graduated from the Bauer Journalism Programme.
Based in Preston, Dale will be keeping the county up to date with the latest news and sport.
In addition to covering Lancashire, Dale has reported for other Bauer stations in the North West including Radio City and Key 103.
Dale is pictured (right) receiving his Journalism Diploma from Bauer’s Editor-in-Chief John Pickford.
Emmey has recently joined the BBC, working on the production of The One Show.
After leaving the Bauer Journalism Programme she worked at That’s TV Manchester as a Video Journalist and Producer of their evening news and chat show ‘Daily Rundown’.
She also led all of their special programming including the only live EU Referendum coverage done in the UK by a local TV station.
Emmey’s other credits include working on The Last Leg and Charlie Brooker’s Wipe.
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