He has lived and worked as a broadcaster in Wellington, Christchurch and currently, Auckland.
Hosking's early career was in radio, working on the Radio New Zealand commercial network in the early 1990s hosting The Tonight Show with a talkback format. He then went on to co-host Morning Report on National Radio with Geoff Robinson. Hosking first joined TVNZ in 1997, when it began its Breakfast show. He was then axed from the show in 2004. He made his return to television in 2008 when he filled in on TVNZ's Close Up programme. He was then offered the position of hosting game show Who wants to be a Millionaire?, which began in September 2008 on TV ONE.
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