Popular radio presenter Tina Kaggia seems to have left radio for a leading sports betting firm.
Signs that the radio host could have left emerged when she shared a promotional video for the firm on her Facebook page a couple of days ago.
On Wednesday, as the company was unveiling its latest Mega Jackpot winner, Ms Kaggia was among those in the midday press conference, a time she would ordinarily be on air.
Efforts to get her to comment were fruitless as our calls went unanswered, but the firm has been known to hunt for sports presenters and voice-over specialists from newsrooms, even as they strengthen their online presence.
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