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Smith, Suzanne

Occupation
Journalist, Radio Journalist and Television Journalist
Website
http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/about.htm

Summary

Suzanne Smith is a broadcast journalist with extensive experience in radio and television. She has won two Walkley Awards, one in 2005 for 'Television Current Affairs' and another in 1999 for investigative radio documentary. She was also awarded European Union Journalist of the Year award in 1998 and was a Walkley Award finalist in 1994. Suzanne was awarded a highly commended notation at the 2004 Human Rights Awards in Sydney.

Details

Events

c. 1990 -
Career in journalism active
1999
Walkley Award (Radio) - Radio Feature, Documentary or Broadcast Special, 'Push Your Vote My Way', Australian Broadcasting Corporation
2005
Walkley Award (Television) - TV Current Affairs Reporting (Less Than 20 Mintues), 'Kids Club', Australian Broadcasting Corporation
2013
Walkley Award (TV/AV) - Daily Current Affairs - 'The Tipping Point', Lateline (ABC TV) (with Tony Jones, John Bruce, Michael Doyle and Brant Cumming)

Sources used to compile this entry: http://www.walkleys.com/winners/database.html.

Nikki Henningham

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