Ros Childs

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Ros Childs (born 1967 in the United Kingdom) is a TV Journalist focused on business matters, who used to work primarily in her native UK for ITV before moving to Australia and joining the ABC.

United Kingdom[edit]

She was best known as Business Correspondent for ITV News as well as the lunchtime and weekend news presenter. She was also one of the launch presenters on the ITV News Channel, which was known as the ITN News Channel from its launch, which took place on 1 August 2000, until September 2002. Further she worked as a reporter at Sky News, on Channel 4 business documentaries and on BBC World.


After joining the ABC she was a news reporter before taking over from Chris Clarke in 2005 as the presenter of the revamped Midday Report a national weekday news bulletin with a special focus on business, between 12:00-noon and 12:30pm. She has had stints as the fill-in presenter on Lateline as well as fill-in Business Editor on The 7.30 Report.

She since lives in Sydney with her Australian husband Sean Mulcahy, a television cameraman producer .[1]


Media offices
Preceded by
Chris Clarke
ABC News with Ros Childs

February 2005 -
Succeeded by