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Tim Shaw

2017 Winner of Best Current Affairs Presenter at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards. Tim Shaw is an award winning journalist with over twenty years’ experience in television and radio broadcasting as a highly respected Host, Presenter & Producer, MC & Keynote Speaker.

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Tim Shaw's Biography

Tim Shaw is an award winning journalist with over twenty years’ experience in television and radio broadcasting as a highly respected Host, Presenter & Producer, MC & Keynote Speaker.

He is the Host of 1206 2CC (Two Double C) Canberra Breakfast radio 2CC.net.au since January 2016. 530am to 9 weekdays on 1206 on your AM Dial.

Tim is a member of the Federal Parliamentary Press Gallery & The National Press Club of Australia. www.npc.org.au  He was the 2017 Winner of Best Current Affairs Presenter at the  Australian Commercial Radio Awards

Prior to coming to Canberra, Tim was the Thailand based Correspondent for the Seven Network Australia as a senior journalist. Tim studied a BA in Media with a major in Indigenous cultural studies at Macquarie University in Sydney. He was a foundation student of the Macquarie University Indigenous Studies Program.

An accomplished radio broadcaster, Tim hosted his own program, The Tim Shaw Show on Sydney Radio 2GB 873. He hosted Legal Matters and broadcast nationally one of the most informative and entertaining overnight talk radio programs on Sydney Radio 2UE 954 and networked stations throughout Australia including 2CC Canberra.

His guests have included Prime Ministers, past and present and the key players in business, politics, the arts, science, technology, culture and lifestyle. He is now TALKING CANBERRA everyday in the Nations Capital.

He has appeared on all commercial television networks in Australia and on current affairs programs such as the Seven Network’s Today Tonight and My Business. He was a Sydney New South Wales 2000 team member at the Sydney Media Centre, Darling Island during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games coordinating radio, print & TV media in the Rocks Precinct to a global audience. Tim is also proud to be an Australia Day Ambassador since 1995.  2017 Winner of Best Current Affairs Presenter at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards.