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neocon58
01-08-2006, 07:38 PM
You know this thread will fucking thrive.

In Adelaide, you gotta love the Channel 9 News Crew.

http://www.nws9.com.au/graphics/general_content/teams/news_team_big.jpg

Left to Right, Kevin Crease (fucking legend, his sons in Frenzal Rhomb), Georgina McGuinness, Rob Kelvin.

Lets not forget the sports crew!

http://www.nws9.com.au/graphics/general_content/teams/sports_team_big.jpg

Left to right, Mark Bickley, Kym Dillon, James Brayshaw.

And last but not least, the weather presenters:

http://www.nws9.com.au/graphics/general_content/teams/weather_team_big.jpg

Keith Martyn (left), and that Aboriginal bloke, the weekend presenter, I forgot his name, will edit post when I remember.

Overall, the Channel 9 News Crew gets a 9/10!

So, c'mon folks, post pics of your favourite news presenters and rate them!

TheUnholyNightbringer
01-08-2006, 07:40 PM
Yay 4 GMTV!

http://www.glowstars.demon.co.uk/graphics/GMTV%20still.jpg

Dunno who this guy is but I like him.

http://logofreetv.org/images/Sky_Dig_Gallery/sdg_03102002_525_002.jpg

And of course, Sir Trevor.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/voices/images/trevor_mcdonald_225x275.jpg

Tired_Of_You
01-08-2006, 08:36 PM
Bibi and Genevieve
http://www.vincentbouret.net/Image003.jpg

...sorry

Jean-Luc Mongrain. Unfortunately I couldn't find a picture of him when he's frustrated. =(http://www.usherbrooke.ca/lereseau/activites/gala_rayonnement/archives/2004/Mongrain.jpg

I don't really have a favorite presentater. I just wanted to post a picture of him when he does a "montée de lait"...If someone find a picture of it though...

The Talking Pie
01-08-2006, 08:46 PM
And of course, Sir Trevor.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/voices/images/trevor_mcdonald_225x275.jpg
I seriously want to meet him.

Chimera512
01-08-2006, 08:49 PM
whenever i watch the news, i don't like to watch the network news here in the states so i watch the new on the public tv station here. this guy is the man, iv'e been watching him do his job for as long as i can remember. good stuff.

http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2000/05/21/lehrer.jpg

peter jennings is a close second.

also, no idea who any of the above presenters are. *shrug*

sKratch
01-08-2006, 08:52 PM
http://tinypic.com/51pm3m

Chimera512
01-08-2006, 08:57 PM
my grandpa likes her too.

HornyPope
01-08-2006, 08:59 PM
I'll just post fark.com 's favourite Mélissa Theuriau

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/8/89/200511101.JPG

/got nuthin'

sKratch
01-08-2006, 09:01 PM
If Ann Coulter did Naked News I'd hate her a lot less, I just realized.

wheelchairman
01-08-2006, 09:26 PM
Andy Rooney, the only respectable journalist on 60 min. I seriously mean that.
http://www.skunkworks.webaxxs.net/image.jpg

Chimera512
01-08-2006, 09:35 PM
looks kinda old, (ex: look at her hand) not sure how well her breasts would hold up (pun intended) to being on television naked.

sKratch
01-08-2006, 09:54 PM
She's 44. Wow I thought she was younger.

Chimera512
01-08-2006, 10:20 PM
make-up will do that i guess. and cosmetic surgery.

neocon58
01-09-2006, 01:17 AM
Jeez, this thread is rocking. Thankyou to those who have posted.

Time to look at the Adelaide Channel 10 news crew. We will take this presenter by presenter.


http://www.ten.com.au/library/images/Adel_George_Donikian.gif

News presenter George Donikian joined Adelaide's Ten News in January 1991.

George commenced his media career as an announcer with Radio station 4AM in far North Queensland in the mid 70’s, and was soon lured in a southerly direction and arrived at 2WL in Wollongong.

George then moved to Sydney’s newest commercial station 2WS in 1979, where he performed as an announcer, newsreader and sports reporter.

George’s television career began in 1980, when during a chance meeting he impressed the late Bruce Gyngell, who saw him as the ideal presenter for his multi cultural I.M.B.C television Network which launched in Melbourne and Sydney in 1980.

The network quickly evolved into the Special Broadcasting Service, where as the first news anchor he read the critically acclaimed S.B.S World News, for the first eight and a half years. During his time at SBS, he hosted a number of special events for the Multicultural network and also called four seasons of NSL football plus a host of other sports.

Leaving SBS midway through 1988 to join the Nine Network, George featured on the Wide World of Sports, Sports Sunday, Graham Kennedy's Coast to Coast, the National Nine “morning news” bulletin and the Today Show. While at Nine in Sydney, George also freelanced as morning news presenter on the top rating radio 2DAY.FM and did a number of Talkback Radio stints with Radio 2GB as a stand in for John Tingle.

George also played a part in Nine's commentary team for the 1988 State of Origin Rugby League series, then again during the Test Series England versus Australia in the same year, and was on hand in Rome to cover the 1990 World Cup Soccer Finals in Italy, both for the Nine Network and Sydney radio.

Other career highlights, include:

• A guest presenter stint on Tonight Live on Seven, as a stand in for host Steve Vizard.

• A number of talk back radio stints on Radio 5AA in Adelaide.

• Hosted the “inaugural” Ethnic Business awards on SBS in 1989.

• Co presenter and reporter on the special 3 network coverage of the bi centennial celebrations (SBS joined the ABC and the Nine Network to create the program 'Celebration of a Nation" 1988).

• Spent 7 years on the Immigration Review Panel, set up originally by Federal Minster Ian McPnee.

• As well as hosting the First at Five weekday news for Network TEN Adelaide, George has also been a “national” weekend news anchor for over 5 years, hosting weekend bulletins from the Sydney studios in Pyrmont, for Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra.

• George has also joined two groups of journalists from around the world to visit Greece, as a guest of the Greek Government, in order to ascertain how Athen’s was preparing for the Olympic Games of 2004.

In 2000, George moved to Melbourne, to pioneer ADS 10’s digital news service from the Ten’s Studio’s at the Como Centre in South Yarra.

George was the voice of the Olympic Soccer Tournament held at the MCG, during the Sydney Games in 2000, and the voice of Telstra Dome, during the Rugby World Cup in 2003.

George hosted the official street party organised by the Melbourne City Council and the State Government in the heart of Lonsdale Streets Melbourne, when Greece beat Portugal to win the European Championship in Lisbon, in 2004.

George covered the opening ceremony and the Athens Olympics for Melbourne commercial radio in 2004.

On his return from Greece in October 2004, was elected President of the famed South Melbourne Club based at Bob Jane Stadium at Albert Park.

Coming up later, Kelly Nestor, Mark Aiston, Jane Reily, and possibly the most famous news presenter in Australia for her overwhelming hotness in her middle age, Sandra Sully.

killer_queen
01-09-2006, 04:59 AM
http://www.nykola.com/images/kermit.jpg

tkum
01-09-2006, 05:10 AM
http://www.seeing-stars.com/Locations/Anchorman/Newsdesk.jpg
how could u not love him....

ok.. so i dont watch much news... im suprised no one has posted some chick of that naked news program.