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Jackson, Elizabeth

Occupation
Journalist, Radio Journalist and Television Journalist

Summary

Elizabeth Jackson began her career in journalism as a radio news reporter for Sydney's 2GB. In 1989 she joined the Australian Broadcsting Corporation (ABC) to work as a correspondent for ABC Television's 7.30 Report. After two years she moved to Canberra as a reporter on ABC TV's Landline before making a move back to radio in 1994 becoming Breakfast presenter for Triple 6 ABC Canberra, then known as 2CN.

In June 1997 Elizabeth joined ABC Radio's News and Current Affairs department posting reports for their flagship AM, The World Today and PM programs.

Elizabeth has been producing and presenting Saturday AM since 2004. In December 2006 she took over as the Producer and Presenter of Correspondents Report on Radio National.

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Events

c. 1987
Career in journalism active

Nikki Henningham

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