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Rod Young

Rod Young is an Australian journalist.

Young currently presents Seven News Brisbane with Kay McGrath on Friday & Saturday.

Career

Before moving to the Seven Network, Rod was the face of news in Brisbane on the ABC[1] where he began working in the late 1970s. Rod has had a distinguished career after starting in radio at station 2GO at Gosford on the New South Wales central coast. Rod was appointed the weeknight newsreader on the ABC in the 1985.

In October 2002 he moved to Seven News to present beside Kay McGrath, after the long serving news presenter Frank Warrick retired.

References

  1. ^ Aunty's men five shades of grey

External links

  • 7 News Profile
Preceded by
Frank Warrick
Seven News Brisbane
Presenter with Kay McGrath

2002-2012
Succeeded by
Sharyn Ghidella & Bill McDonald
Preceded by
Sharyn Ghidella
Seven News Brisbane
Friday & Saturday
Presenter with Kay McGrath

January 2013-
Succeeded by
incumbent
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