Carvalho goes nationalBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Monday, 08th January 2018 at 1:27pm
ABC Queensland presenter Karina Carvalho is stepping onto the national spotlight with a primetime anchor opportunity on ABC News, the network announced today.
ABC revealed that her final 7pm Queensland news bulletin will be on January 11, 2018, after which she will prepare for her first ABC News edition in Sydney on January 28. Louisa Rebgetz will be her interim replacement.
“It’s been a privilege to be invited into the living rooms of Queenslanders each weeknight for the last five years,” Carvalho said.
“I’m very much looking forward to my new role and bringing the day’s most important stories and breaking news to a national audience.”
A veteran of the BBC, Carvalho came over to ABC in 2007, first appearing before the camera as an ABC News WA presenter in Perth. She later cohosted News Breakfast with Michael Rowland before landing the QLD bulletin in 2013.
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Maguire to edit SMH and The AgeBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Friday, 13th April 2018 at 12:27pm
Fairfax Media’s Tory Maguire has become the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age’s new national editor.
Maguire landed the assignment following the end of HuffPost Australia’s partnership with Fairfax Media late last year. She was the HuffPost’s editor-in-chief for two years.
Her remit now covers federal politics, business and international coverage for the above papers. She is slated to begin on April 16, 2018, and will report to Australian Metro Publishing group executive editor James Chessell.
“Tory is an outstanding journalist with around two decades’ experience editing and reporting news and federal politics. She is a proven leader in digital publishing with an excellent track record of leading newsrooms and producing engaging journalism. Our newsrooms will benefit greatly from Tory’s expertise,” said Chessell.Follow Maguire on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Stensholt off to The OzBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Friday, 13th April 2018 at 12:19pm
John Stensholt is coming to The Australian as a new staff member, wrapping up nearly 20 years with Fairfax Media.
He confirmed his impending exit in a Tweet earlier this month. The Australian confirmed that Stensholt will be assigned to a project currently codenamed “The Stensholt Index”.
He is best known in Fairfax Media for reporting for the Australian Financial Review and editing the paper’s Rich List.You can follow Stensholt on Twitter.
Doctor joins B&T reporting teamBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Friday, 13th April 2018 at 12:13pm
Daisy Doctor has started a new reporter job at B&T magazine.
Doctor came over from Travel Weekly, where she recently finished up six months as online editor.“I’m so excited to begin working, reporting on and being a part of the mediascape in Australia. Working under the leadership of editor John Bastick and news editor Huntley Mitchell, I can’t wait to begin shaking up this ever-changing space,” said Doctor, who can be found over LinkedIn.
Healey to host ABC North West WA breakfastBy Craig Daveson in Media News on Friday, 13th April 2018 at 11:50am
Shine comes back to ABC NewsBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Tuesday, 10th April 2018 at 12:14pm
Tyson Shine is working once more at ABC.
The network stated that Shine is a supervising producer with the Sydney bureau. He signed on recently after returning from Qatar, where he had spent the past year as correspondent at Al-Jazeera English. He left ABC in 2015 to start with Al-Jazeera in London.Follow Shine’s updates on his Twitter handle @theshineline and on LinkedIn.
Ziffer takes on TV business beatBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Monday, 09th April 2018 at 3:11pm
Daniel Ziffer (pictured, left) has started TV reporting duties for ABC Melbourne.
Ziffer recently stood down from six years of being a senior producer at 774 ABC Radio’s Mornings with Jon Faine, turning the job over to Katrina Palmer. He will now tackle the Melbourne business community and also report on national news for ABC’s The Business and the 7PM news show.
Bauer Media reveals Audience Development squadBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Monday, 09th April 2018 at 3:06pm
Bauer Media’s digital content for the women’s lifestyle and fashion front are set for increased direction with the announcement of a new audience development team.
The company stated that Annabel Hodges will helm the team as Audience Development Director, with her remit focusing on boosting the company's digital growth strategy. New senior social media editor Jennifer Kang, who is tasked with handling social media campaigns and content, will report to her.
Nikki Chowdhury will be the team co-ordinator, reporting to both Kang and Hodges.
Monica De Luna will manage email/newsletter marketing strategy as audience development manager.