Jennifer Adams

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This article is about Jennifer Adams, television presenter. For Jennifer Adams, cellist, see Montana Skies.

Jennifer Adams (born 1976 in Eltham, Victoria) is an Australian television presenter and producer.

Career[edit]

Adams was appointed weekend presenter for Seven News in Melbourne in 2000 after replacing Peter Mitchell who was promoted to weekday presenter; however in 2003 she was replaced by Jennifer Keyte.[citation needed] Adams stayed as a fill-in presenter for Seven News in Melbourne and she also presented updates on weekdays, she has also presented HSV7's local magazine show, Melbourne Weekender and the Nine Network's travel show, Wine Me, Dine Me.[citation needed]

In 2006, Adams played a comedic role on Hamish and Andy's current affairs parody program Real Stories.[1] Currently, she is running her own production company, Eve Media,[2] and hosts and produces her own travel show Places We Go.[3]

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Media offices
Preceded by
Peter Mitchell
Seven News Melbourne
Weekend Presenter

2000 – 2003
Succeeded by
Jennifer Keyte