Ros Childs

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

United Kingdom[edit]

She was best known as Business Correspondent on ITV as well as the lunchtime and weekend news presenter. She was also one of the launch presenters on the ITV 24-hour satellite news channel. 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