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Brockie, Jenny

Occupation
Journalist, Radio Journalist and Television Journalist

Summary

Jenny Brockie is a multi-award winning journalist with over twenty years experience in the industry. In 1992, she won several awards, including the Gold Walkley award, for her televsion documentary Cop It Sweet, a revealing portrait of police culture in Sydney's Redfern district.

Details

Events

c. 1985 -
Career in journalism active
1990
Walkley Award (Television) - Best television current affairs report - 'The Devil You Know', for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
1992
Australian Film Industry Award - Best Television Documentary
1992
Walkley Award (Television) - Best application of television medium to journalism - 'Cop It Sweet', Australian Broadcasting Corporation
1992
Walkley Award (Gold Walkley) - Best piece of journalism -'Cop It Sweet' - Australian Broadcasting Corporation
2013
Walkley Award (All Media) - Interview - 'Young Mob', Insight (SBS TV)

Sources used to compile this entry: http://www.walkleys.com/awards/walkley-winners-archive.

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