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Emily Rice

Emily Rice

Emily Rice is an award-winning senior journalist and presenter with over 20 years experience in Australia and internationally. We highly recommend Emily for her brilliant moderating and facilitation skills for panel discussions and forums.

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Emily Rice Travels from VIC
Fee Range: .Up to $5000

Emily Rice's Biography

Emily Rice is an accomplished broadcast journalist, MC and conference facilitator with 20 years presenting experience across Australia and internationally.

Emily is a senior “on-the-road” reporter specialising in health, business and environmental issues. She is currently 9News Melbourne’s Medical Reporter where she files regular exclusive stories on the latest health issues.

Emily is also in demand for her exemplary MC skills, regularly hosting national industry conferences, forums and functions. We highly recommend Emily for her brilliant moderating skills and reputation for seamless conference facilitation. Highly regarded for her intelligent and engaging style she ensures events run smoothly and to time.

As a working journalist Emily has an excellent grasp of current affairs and has been recognised with several media awards including:

- Australian Patient’s Association’s Best Health Reporter Award 2019

- Heart Foundation inaugural President’s Award, 2017

- Dietitians Association of Australia Nutrition Journalism Award, Highly Commended 2016

- Melbourne Press Club Quill Award for Breaking News Coverage, Finalist 2015

- National Asthma Council Australia Media Awards, 2014

She has also worked as a reporter and presenter on various national programs including;

Today Show (Channel Nine)

The Project (Network Ten)

Meet The Press (Network Ten)

Ten News (US Correspondent / Network Environment Reporter)

6.30 with George Negus (Network Ten)

SAFM Radio (Austereo)

While at Network Ten Emily was the only commercial television’s Network Environment Reporter. In this unique position she reported from around the globe and in 2009 was named a finalist in the United Nations Environment Day Awards.

Emily has also worked as US Correspondent for Network Ten, news reader for Meet the Press and presented weather for Ten News Sydney and Nine News Melbourne.