Susanne Latimore

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Susanne Latimore is an Australian television journalist.

Latimore began her career at 19 years of age as a cadet journalist with the Blacktown Guardian newspaper and later The Hills News in Sydney after which she moved to Sydney radio station 2WS as a general duties reporter.[citation needed]

With the launch of Sky News Australia on 19 February 1996, Latimore was a founding employee of the network joining as a news producer before being offered a role as a presenter.[citation needed]

Latimore previously presented First Edition on weekends with Terry Willesee.

Despite being one of Sky News Australia's longest serving presenters, Latimore has been criticised for her on-air presentation technique and tendency to have on-air laughing fits.[1] [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Media Shorts – The Daily Telegraph Ed: 1 – State, Pg: 031, 969 words, FEATURES 1 July 2005
  2. ^ Something funny at Sky News? – Herald Sun Ed: 1 – FIRST, Pg: 027, 206 words, THEEYE 1 December 2006