Michael Rowland (news presenter)

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Rowland in 2014

Michael Rowland (born 8 July 1968) is an Australian television news presenter and journalist. He is currently co-host of the ABC's News Breakfast alongside Virginia Trioli.[1][2]

Career[edit]

Rowland was previously North America correspondent and during his posting covered stories including the election of Barack Obama as US President, the outbreak of the global financial crisis, the Virginia Tech massacre and David Hicks release from Guantanamo Bay.

Before going to the United States, he was Lateline's finance correspondent and also covered business and economics for a range of other ABC TV and radio outlets.

In May 2010, Rowland was appointed co-host of News Breakfast replacing Joe O'Brien.

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Media offices
Preceded by
Joe O'Brien
News Breakfast
Co-host with Virginia Trioli

May 2010 – present
Incumbent