|Born||1954 or 1955|
|Alma mater||Macquarie University|
Jenny Brockie (born 1954 or 1955) is an Australian journalist and documentary-maker, currently working as the host for the SBS program, Insight. She has spent more than 20 years in broadcasting, reporting nationally and internationally for ABC current affairs programs including Four Corners and Nationwide.
Brockie began her broadcasting career with ABC television and radio news. She presented the morning radio show on 702 ABC Sydney as well as her own interview series for Speaking Personally for ABC TV.
Her feature-length television documentaries have won various awards. Her film Cop It Sweet about Sydney's Redfern police won the coveted 1992 Gold Walkley, a 1992 AFI Award for Best Television Documentary, a Logie Award, a Human Rights Award and the NSW Law Society Award.
In 2008, Brockie received a United Nations Association of Australia Media Peace Award for her work on Insight.
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- Walkley Awards winners database
- AFI Award Winners, Non-feature categories, 1958–2006 (PDF)
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