Charles Sturt University|
University of Sydney
|Years active||2002 – present|
|Employer||Sky News Australia|
|Known for||Journalism, TV presenting|
|Relatives||Tim Gilbert (brother)|
|Website||Kieran Gilbert profile|
Gilbert holds a Master of International Studies from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor of Arts (Communications) from Charles Sturt University. Gilbert worked at Sydney radio station 2UE including as breakfast news editor before joining Sky News in 2002. Gilbert is a member of the Canberra Press Gallery.
At Sky News, he is the anchor of AM Agenda, and became co-host of First Edition with Nina Stevens on 17 March 2014 following the departure of Michael Willesee. Gilbert co-hosts from Canberra while Stevens presents from Sydney. Brooke Corte replaced Stevens as Gilbert's co-host in 2016.
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