Grant Goldman

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Grant Goldman (born 3 February 1950) is an Australian radio and television personality and presenter. he has worked as both a voice over and live presenter. Goldman began his radio career at the age of 14, and has worked for numerous stations, including 2TM, 2GB, 2UE, 2WS, and 2DAY.[1] He was educated in Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia, and is married with 6 children and 3 grandchildren, currently living on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. He is the father of Australian TV and radio personality Mike Goldman. He is currently the breakfast announcer at Radio 2SM. He also broadcasts to the Super-Radio Network which covers over 90% of NSW. http://2smsupernetwork.com/network/

Radio station history[edit]

  • 2TM – Tamworth
  • 2WG – Wagga Wagga
  • 4NA – Nambour
  • 4BC – Brisbane
  • 6PR – Perth
  • 4IP – Brisbane
  • KJR-AM – Seattle Washington
  • 5AD – Adelaide
  • 2UE – Sydney
  • 2WS – Sydney
  • 2GB – Sydney
  • 3UZ – Melbourne
  • 2DayFM – Sydney
  • Sky Radio Network, Australia
  • 2SM - Sydney (currently, and once before during its Lite and Easy 1269 days)

Television Experience[edit]

  • Compère of First Colour Transmission in Australia "Countdown" ABC Australia
  • Compère Of "Stairway to the Stars" – A live musical show on Channel 7
  • Compère Of "Juke Box Jury" Channel 7 Brisbane
  • Compère Of "It's A Small World" Channel 10 Brisbane
  • Compère of Lottery Draw Channel 9 Sydney
  • Station Voice Over – Channel 7 Brisbane
  • Channel 9 Perth & Adelaide
  • Channel 10 – Sydney
  • Skychannel 1988 – present

Feature Presenter[edit]

Special Events Presenter[edit]

  • Compère of the Croatian Ball in Sydney (1991)
  • Link voice at the opening of the Sydney Entertainment Centre
  • Currently employed by Stadium Australia as the ground announcer for all events held at the Stadium since its opening

PA announcer[edit]

Voice over experience[edit]

  • Automated announcer for CityRail and State Rail for approximately 12 years
  • Tour Guide voice on the Sydney and Bondi Explorer Buses
  • The Airport Buses and the Olympic Tour Buses
  • Blue Mountains Katoomba automated announcer at sightseeing venues
  • Ran Val Morgan Cinema Advertising voice over artist for several years
  • Voice over advertisements at Warringah Mall shopping centre
  • Manly Fast Ferry safety announcement voice over on the Circular Quay to Manly route

References[edit]

  1. ^ Watson, Bronwyn (6 September 1983). "Grant Goldman, the performer who prefers quips to chat". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2010-05-03.