Eyewitness News has now been re-launched as part of a network news revamp after some 2 decades absence.
For Walden, who retires at the end of the year, it’s no doubt coming full circle given the Eyewitness News brand was first launched in the 1970s.
But the new push for “anytime, anywhere, any device” live streaming doesn’t appear to be ready just yet, with News boss Anthony Flannery promising to “watch this space.”
TEN is also encouraging viewer-submitted footage and weather photos for the Facebook page or broadcast news.
Tonight the Melbourne news service included footage of a skateboarder “risking his life” on an apartment building awning in South Yarra, 3 metres off the ground, and not far from TEN’s own studios.
Police are reviewing the vision.