Laura ‘Loz’ O’Callaghan to join Triple M Adelaide Breakfast

Adelaide Radio Ratings

• “It’s an absolute thrill to be joining Roo and Ditts for brekky full time”

SCA has announced Laura ‘Loz’ O’Callaghan will join Triple M Breakfast in Adelaide alongside Mark ‘Roo’ Ricciuto and Chris ‘Ditts’ Dittmar.

Previously working in TV and community radio, O’Callaghan is no stranger to the airwaves. More commonly referred to as ‘Loz’ she joined Triple M in April as co-host of Triple M’s Weekend Breakfast. After going from strength to strength, Loz now prepares to join Triple M Breakfast with Roo, Ditts and Loz.

“It’s an absolute thrill to be joining Roo and Ditts for brekky full time. I’m such a big fan of them both, it feels surreal to be joining the team. They have been very welcoming and we’re already having a lot of fun. I’m excited to see what mischief we can get up to,” she said.

Mark Ricciuto said: “Loz keeps me on my toes! She’s a former celebrant, singer and bartender, so let’s hope she can hold down this job for longer than a few months! But seriously, she’s got talent and it is good to have another Adelaide Crows supporter on the show.”

Chris Dittmar said: “Loz has been doing segments with us for a while now and brings a great vibe into the studio. We are really excited to have her in full time.”

Triple M Adelaide content director, Matthew O’Reilly, said: “Loz has hit the ground running after regularly contributing to Triple M Breakfast this year. Her skills are very diverse, and she brings a different perspective to the show as well as keeping Roo and Ditts honest!”

You can hear Triple M Breakfast with Roo, Ditts and Loz every weekday from 6am on 104.7 Triple M or via the LiSTNR App.

The news comes after the announcement that Penrith Panthers legend Mark Geyer, is making a return to Triple M Sydney breakfast.

Alongside Lawrence Mooney, Jess Eva, and Chris Page – Mark ‘MG’ Geyer will be joining the brekkie team in 2022 from 7am – 9am on 104.9 Triple M Sydney. He currently co-hosts The Rush Hour alongside Liam Flanagan.

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