Macquarie National News

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Macquarie National News is the name of the news service provided by Macquarie Radio Network Pty Ltd. It reaches both Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, through the radio stations 2GB, 2CH and SEN 1116. It is also heard between 6:00-9:00am weekdays on 2KY and the Sky Racing Network.

It provides half-hourly radio news bulletins, weather and traffic reports. It also produces a number of video bulletins each day.

On September 16, 2009 the company shut down its news website, livenews.com.au after two years of existence citing poor financial returns.[1]

Newsreaders and Reporters
Erin Maher
Head of News & Morning Reader
Joel Labi
Breakfast Reader
Natalie Peters
Afternoon Reader
Jessica Campanaro
Drive Reader
Gillian Cannon
Breakfast Editor and Reporter
Heidi Tiltins
State Parliament Reporter
Marcus Butler
Federal Parliament Reporter
Gil Taylor
Court Reporter
Kelly Fedor
Police Reporter
Katie Kimberley
Reporter & Reader
Caitlin Pugh
Reporter & Reader
David Marchese
Reporter & Reader
Caelin Worthington
Reporter & Reader
Stephanie Borys
Reporter & Reader
Tiffiny Genders
Reporter & Reader
Mark Levy
Sports Reporter PM
Tim Sowden
Sports Reporter AM
Mitchell Kleem
Reporter
SEN Newsreaders and Reporters
Christie Kerr
Breakfast Reader
Melissa Polemini
Reporter & Reader
Catherine Sligar
Reporter
Anthony Laughton
Reporter & Reader
LIVENEWS Reporters and Producers
Anil Lambert-Patel
Editor
Dominick Brock
Sports Editor
Jesse Perez
Entertainment Editor
Tim Brunero
Online Reporter and Columnist
Yasmin Bright
Video Journalist
Annika Burgess
Online News Producer
Richard Maxton
Online News Producer
Michael Patrick
Online News Producer
International Correspondents
Harley Carnes
New York
Peter Russell
London
Craig Gabriel
Tennis Correspondent
Former International Correspondents
Connie Lawn
Washington
Wellington Long
Bonn
Rajan Gupta
New Delhi
David Fineburg
Jerusalem
John Raedler
New York
Malcolm Stuart
London
Richard Arnold
Los Angeles


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References[edit]

  1. ^ "livenews.com.au dead". digital media. September 16, 2009. Retrieved February 28, 2010.