New correspondent announcements have been made by Nine and Seven.
Carrie-Anne Greenbank (pictured) becomes the next European correspondent for Nine News, replacing Sophie Walsh who is returning to Nine Sydney.
She has been with Nine for over a decade, and Nine Melbourne for the past four years, previously with Nine Brisbane, and Gold Coast and WIN News in regional Queensland.
In a note to staff, news boss Darren Wick noted, “Among the major stories she’s covered were the 2018 Royal Tour, the 2017 Dreamworld ride tragedy, natural disasters in Queensland, shark attacks and bikie battles. She’s reported from Tahiti, Thailand, Jordan, Uganda, Mozambique and Samoa, including presenting and producing two documentaries for Nine – ‘Aussie Mum, African Heart’ and “’hunder on the Reef.’
She begins in the coming months.
Meanwhile Melbourne based journalist David Woiwod had his last day on Sunrise last Friday before flying to the US to join the Seven News US bureau.
Woiwod has covered a number of Victoria’s biggest stories including the Bourke Street attack, Essendon Airport crash, the committal of Cardinal George Pell and the Victorian bushfires. A former state political reporter, he has covered also covered international stories including the Nice Terror attacks in France and the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.