#783 - Bree Tomasel On Anxiety & Happiness In Radio
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Bree Tomasel - One half of ZM's Bree & Clint

Bree is one half of Bree & Clint, ZM's drive show in New Zealand. Previously, Bree hosted Sea FM Breakfast with Daniel Gawned and Weekend Breakfast at Nova Brisbane.

Bree is also known for her social media antics and for hosting TVNZ's Celebrity Treasure Island.

On today's episode of The Daily Talk Show, we discuss: 

- COVID-19 in NZ
- Unconventional relationships
- Burping foods and intolerances 
- Being told off for content
- The Australian and New Zealand radio industry
- Digital content in the NZ market
- Hosting Celebrity Treasure Island
- Advice to people getting into radio
- Moving to NZ and getting into the industry
- Chemistry on air
- Bree's future in radio
- Team goals
- Feedback and criticism
- Airchecks
- Being your true self on air
- Private life and on air content
- Anxiety and happiness
- Ambition and focus
- Responsibility to cover hard moments on radio
- Run sheets
- Guests and moments

Bree on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breetomasel/

Bree & Client: https://www.instagram.com/breeandclint/

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