Rex Morris has a broadcasting career that has spanned over 30 years.
23 of those years were spent with Australia's leading radio group, Southern Cross Austereo. The last 17 as a senior executive.
In 2000 while in charge of Brisbane's B105 Rex was named Australian commercial radio's Program Director of the year.
From 2003 to 2005 he ran the Brisbane duopoly for SCA, was the group program director for the Triple M network from 2006 to 2008,
During his time at SCA Rex also consulted to the Astro radio group in Malaysia for four years, initially, on the English language music formats, and eventually to all the company's "vernacular" formats in Malay, Mandarin,Cantonese, Tamil and Hindi.
In 2008 Rex stepped into radio ownership with business partner Guy Dobson, their company, Resonate Broadcasting, purchased three radio stations in Australia, the AM/FM combo, in Charters Towers Qld, and and an AM station in Warragul.
In 2012 Resonate Broadcasting added 4LG and West FM in Longreach, Queensland to the network.
2013 saw Resonate move off shore and create a new entity, Resonate Hawaii. This company, again, owned by the Dobson and Morris families, owns four licences on the Big Island of Hawaii, KHBC, KHWI, KTBH and KIPA. Prior to the purchase, all these stations were dark.
In December 2015, "The Wave @92FM" became the most listened to station on the Big Island according to the Eastlan Radio Ratings.
In October of 2015 Resonate Broadcasting added 4ZR Roma, 4VL & West FM Charleville, 4SB Kingaroy, 4HI Emerald, 4LM Mt Isa, and 4BD/4EM to the existing Queensland network.
Currently Rex is a director of Resonate Broadcasting, Resonate Hawaii, and the Resonate Project Group.