Posted November 09, 2018 06:01:24While the mainstream media landscape has undergone significant changes over the past 20 years, there are still some familiar names to know.
The list of well-known Australian media personalities that have taken a backseat to digital outlets includes: “The Great Australian News” presenter and writer Michael Adams (1940-2009) and “LIVE” presenter Paul McBroom (1938-2014)The latter also served as an editor and reporter for The New Yorker, and as a senior editor for The Economist, a newspaper that was owned by US conglomerate Printed Media Corp. It is believed that Adams left the publication to launch a business venture in the early 2000s.
Former ABC News presenter and presenter James Gorman (1963-2015) has been an editor for Fairfax Media since 2005, and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) has also recently acquired The Australian from the Murdochs.
While Adams, McBrooms and Gorman were the main players in the media landscape of Australia, a number of other notable Australian journalists have also had an influence on the digital world.
“Live” presenter Paul McBrock (1943-2008) served for nearly 20 years as an ABC presenter, and has been widely considered one of the most respected television personalities in the world.
“Lives” presenter Michael Adams (1940 – 2009) was the host of ABC Radio’s “News Tonight” from 1984-1991, and later became a presenter on the ABC’s NewsRadio.
In his own words:”I was a journalist for many years, and was the first presenter for the ABC NewsRadio, before I became a host, and I was the host for many other ABC News programs.”
In the mid-1980s, McRock became the first person to become the first full-time ABC presenter on air, with the launch of “Radio Melbourne” in 1986.
His radio career took him to the likes of The ABC’s “The World Tonight” and ABC Radio’s “Today Tonight”.
In 1996, he was appointed “Co-presenter” for ABC Television’s Australia Today.
He was the voice of Australia’s national broadcaster for many of its programs, including ABC News, ABC World News, ABC Radio and ABC News Breakfast.
McRock has also appeared on “The View”, ABC TV’s “Lateline” and ABC Radio.
He has also been a presenter of the ABC Radio One breakfast show.
While McRock is widely regarded as the first person to become an ABC presenter on air, he also becoming the first full-time ABC host to be a presenter.
After being employed for the US television network CBS for nearly three decades, McRobbie joined ABC in 2007, and is currently a regular on ABC Breakfast from 6:00am to 7:00pm AEDT.
His podcast (“The Big Short”) is a podcast hosted by the ABC and produced by John McTiernan, the former ABC News reporter who was in the company from 1986-1988.
McTiernan was responsible for the ABC’s “Inside Story” from 1999-2003, and also received the Journalism Award for his coverage of the 2008 banking crisis.
The Big Business podcast is hosted by McTieran and features interviews with industry leaders, such as Australian National University professor Dr Mark Coles and Australian Business Group CEO Mark Hargreaves.
It was the most-watched podcast in the history of the Australia Network.
McTieran is currently executive producer of ABC News 24, and his podcast “The Big News” is produced by the Network’s digital channel ABC Business.
McTiern has also become a former host for ABC Radio, and also hosted ABC New at 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM and ABC Newstart at 9:00AM to 10 PM on the ABC News Network.
After being hired by ABC Digital, he also joined the ABC Entertainment Team and host ABC Game at 9:30 AM to 11:30 PM as a game show host.
As a producer and host, he is currently responsible for ABC Family, Australia’s new biggest game show on the internet.
He also co-hosts ABC Sport’s Game of Thrones weeknight show on Friday nights at