Speaker - Kerry O'Brien

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Kerry O'Brien is one of the most prominent and respected names in Australian journalism. He has won many accolades, including the top award in journalism, the Gold Walkley.

Born in Queensland, O'Brien started as a news cadet in 1966. He has worked in newspapers, wire service and television news and current affairs, as a general reporter, feature writer, political and foreign correspondent, interviewer and compere. O'Brien came to The 7.30 Report, after six years as compere/interviewer of the ABC's highly respected Lateline program. Since December 1995, O'Brien has been editor and compere of the national 7.30 Report. He also anchors and moderates the ABC's election telecasts.

2 Programs

Peter Beinart: The Failure of the Jewish Establishment

08.29.10 | 00:59:13 min | 1 comment

Megan Stack: An Education in War

08.06.10 | 01:01:10 min | 3 comments