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|Also known as||Eleven AM|
|Presented by||Roger Climpson
|Country of origin||Australia|
|No. of seasons||18|
|Original network||Seven Network|
|Picture format||4:3 (PAL)|
|Original release||1975 – 28 May 1999|
|Followed by||Seven Morning News and Sunrise|
|Related shows||Sunrise and Weekend Sunrise|
11AM (Eleven AM) was a news magazine program that aired on the Seven Network from 11 am AEST to midday from 1982 to 1999.
The hour-long news magazine program started in 1975 with Roger Climpson presenting, with a number of high-profile presenters since, including Clive Robertson, Vincent Smith, Paul Lyneham, Kerry O'Brien, Don Willesee, Helen Wellings, Richard Zachariah and Ann Sanders. Ross Symonds, Melissa Doyle and Cameron Williams all featured as newsreaders throughout the shows life.
Its most famous presenter was comedian Graham Kennedy.
It last aired on 28 May 1999, presented by Melissa Doyle, who was filling in for Anne Fulwood (who had already moved to Melbourne's 6pm News) and Andrew Daddo. Fulwood went on to co-anchor Seven's 6pm news in Melbourne with David Johnston, and Daddo to present entertainment programs. 11AM was the forerunner to Seven Morning News bulletin and Sunrise
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