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Puccini, Jo

Occupation
Journalist and Television Journalist

Summary

Jo Puccini started out as a researcher/producer with the Seven Network on shows like Today Tonight, The Times and Witness, before joining the ABC's Media Watch as a researcher in 2000.

She moved from Media Watch to Four Corners in 2001, where she became the program's associate producer.

While at Four Corners Puccini was joint winner of three Walkley awards for excellence in journalism.

Details

Events

c. 1995 -
Career in journalism active
2002
Walkley Award (All Media) - Social Equity Journalism - Highly Commended, with Liz Jackson and Morag Ramsay, 'Putting The Children At Risk', Australian Broadcasting Corporation
2003
Walkley Award (Television) - TV Current Affairs, Feature, Documentary Or Special (More Than 20 Minutes) with Debbie Whitmont - 'About Woomera', Australian Broadcasting Corporation
2005
Walkley Award (All Media) - International Journalism, with Sally Neighbour and Lin Buckfield, 'The Kilwa Incident', Australian Broadcasting Corporation

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

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