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Anna Coren

$3,500-$5,000
Australia - NSW
Anna Coren is a reporter for Seven News and Today Tonight, and presenter of Today Tonight's east coast Summer Edition.
Anna launched her on-air role with the Seven Network when she presented Late News Updates and began hosting the east coast Summer Edition of Today Tonight.

Anna came to Sydney in 1999 to work for National Nine News on the demanding overnight shift. She worked midnight to dawn for 12 months until she was promoted to become an on-camera reporter for the network's 6pm bulletin in early 2000.

From there it's been a meteoric rise for Anna. In 2002 she began presenting news updates and the early morning news on Nine before crossing over to the Seven Network.
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