Greg Boyed

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Greg Boyed is a New Zealand television presenter. Best known as the newsreader of TVNZ 1's 1 News Tonight, he has also hosted Breakfast, 1 News At 6pm, Q+A, and Seven Sharp. He has one daughter.

Career[edit]

Radio[edit]

In 1991, he worked as the chief reporter and newsreader at a radio station in Tauranga. He worked for IRN for four years - his first as the news and sport reporter and reader in Wellington, and the rest as sports sub and reader in Auckland. He fills in at Newstalk ZB.

Television[edit]

Boyed's first television work was as a general reporter for ATV regional television, where he then moved into the niche of business reporter for The NBR Report.

Upon moving to TVNZ, Boyed worked as a fill-in business reporter and general reporter. He then worked as the Auckland reporter for the investigative programme Target, which he presented from 1999 to 2000.

In 2005 Boyed became a reporter on the investigative consumer affairs programme Fair Go. He interviewed topical figures on current affairs interview show Q+A intermittently from 2004 to 2012. He also filled in as presenter on current affairs show Close Up. In 2013, Boyed co-hosted Seven Sharp.

Boyed presents the One News Tonight bulletin. He had also presented the popular 1 News at 6pm, and TVNZ 7's News at 8.

Boyed is also sometimes involved in television production, most notably as the associate producer of Flipside (2002-2004), an executive producer of The Last Word (2003), and producer of Tonight (2010-2012).

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