Sajulga joins Sky NewsBy Neeraja Gopalakrishnan in Media News on Thursday, 30th March 2023 at 5:58pm
Maria Sajulga has announced that she has been appointed as a junior producer at Sky News Australia.
Sajulga wrote on a LinkedIn post that she is excited to announce her new role at Sky News.
“It’s truly an honour to be working alongside some of the esteemed journalists & hosts I’ve looked up to for a while,” she said.
Sajulga joins Sky News from her most recent position as content producer at News Corp.
She has previously been a freelance writer at Launceston Freelance festival, journalist at Macleay college, video editor at Ikonfilm and market research intern at MOME.IO
Sajulga can be reached at Maria.Sajulga@skynews.com.au
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