Paul Campion (radio host)
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|Paul "Campo" Campion|
10 November 1969 |
Sarina, Queensland, Australia
The Paul "Campo" Campion Drive Show
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Paul Campion (born 10 November 1969 in Sarina, Queensland) is an Australian radio host and a dual recipient of the Australian Commercial Radio Award for best music personality . He is currently the drive time presenter on 97.3 FM in Brisbane, Australia. Paul is the older brother of rugby league great Kevin Campion.
Campion started his career in 1987 at Radio 4MK Mackay with radio legend Simone Feiler... both starting on the same day. He worked at a number of country and regional radio stations including 4VL where he worked under the tutelage of famed radio producer 'Camel' before arriving at Sea FM on the Gold Coast in 1991.
In 2001 Campion returned once again to Brisbane as the inaugural breakfast host of new DMG ARN partnership 97.3 FM. He has been in is current role as drive presenter since 2005 which allows him the time to look after his young son Samuel and daughter Georgia. In 2003 Paul graduated from AFTRS Radio programming with high distinction at Macquarie University Sydney and since that time has been a QUT mentor for media,communication and journalism students in Brisbane.
Campion is the founder of Swim4kids a 100 kilometre open water swim in a shark cage raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Royal children's hospital.