TEN has previously broadcast the community awards, presented by News Corp Australia, which recognise bravery, community spirit, heroism, care and compassion, and courage.
TEN CEO Hamish McLennan, said: “Network TEN is proud to again partner with News Corp Australia in recognising the unsung heroes in our communities through the Pride of Australia Awards. We are honoured to share the uplifting and inspiring stories of the nominees with all of Australia through the special episode of our new morning program Studio 10.”
Studio 10 executive producer Rob McKnight said: “These awards recognise the very best in human spirit across our communities and TEN will create a broadcasting event that lives up to their extraordinary achievements.
“The passion News Corp Australia has for these awards is infectious and I’m humbled Studio 10 has been chosen as their broadcaster.”
The ceremony will be held on November 15, another clue as to the impending launch of the new morning shows on TEN.
Last week TV Tonight revealed Jessica Rowe was the fourth presenter joining the show. A fifth guest host role will be rotated.