Tony Johnston

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Tony Johnston
Born 1970
Australia
Nationality Australian
Occupation television presenter and actor
Years active 1986-present

Tony Johnston is an Australian television presenter, producer and radio broadcaster. Tony began his career in 1986, as a presenter on the music video show 'Saturday Jukebox' on the Seven Network in Australia.

In 1987, he started hosting the children's program 'OK' with the Nine Network. In 1992, Tony commenced as a reporter with the 'Logie' award winning program 'Wonder World'.

In 1996,[citation needed] Johnston became the host of the quiz program Time Masters[1] on the Seven Network. In the same year, he started presenting on the top rated 'Great Outdoors' travel program.

In 2002, Johnston became the statewide weather presenter on "The Great Southeast" in Queensland and hosted a talkback radio show on 'News Talk 1116 4BC'.

From 2003, through to the current time, Tony has been the director of a new media production company 'Tjtv Pty Ltd' and continues his radio career with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, as a talkback host with 612 ABC Brisbane and ABC Coast FM.[citation needed]

In 2008 Johnston joined the World Radio Switzerland, WRS is Switzerland's English speaking radio station.[2]

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