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Anchor of the Seven Network's national 10:30am Morning News, Chris Bath began her career as a cadet reporter at Sydney's Radio 2UE, getting the job during her final year studying communications at Charles Sturt University in 1988....

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Chris Bath's Biography

Anchor of the Seven Network's national 10:30am Morning News, Chris Bath began her career as a cadet reporter at Sydney's Radio 2UE, getting the job during her final year studying communications at Charles Sturt University in 1988.


She stayed at 2UE for a year, then moved to regional television at Prime in Albury, as a reporter and presenter. In 1991, Newcastle's NBN Television approached the then 23-year-old to sign up as a reporter and host its evening news, making her one of Australia's youngest presenters on metropolitan TV.
Chris remained at NBN for five years before joining Seven News in Sydney in 1996. In 1997, she was juggling dual roles as Sunrise anchor and host of 11AM, before being promoted to Seven's Late News. The same year, Chris became the presenter of Face to Face. In 1998, she joined Witness and travelled the world as a correspondent. After taking a well-earned break in Italy, Chris returned to Late News in January 1999.
Chris Bath was part of Seven's host team for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and co-hosted the prelude to the Opening Ceremony live on stage at the Olympic stadium, while seven months pregnant with her first child. After having son Darcy in late 2000, she returned to political interviewing in 2001 as anchor of Sunday Sunrise and stayed for three years.
Other career highlights include anchoring the Schapelle Corby verdict live from Bali and broadcasting live from East Timor in December 1999 during the Christmas concert for the peacekeepers. In 2004, Chris judged entries in the TV current affairs reporting and camera section for the prestigious Walkley Awards.
Chris has also taken part in Seven's hit show Dancing with the Stars, where she and dancing partner Trenton "Trenno" Shipley won second place overall
Chris Bath’s recent speaking engagements include Master of Ceremonies of the Australian of the Year at Parliament House Canberra, the NSW Premier's Australia Day Ceremony.