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Eric Hunter

Eric Hunter’s 20-year ABC career spanned all states and the ACT while occupying a range of responsibilities, primarily in radio and TV journalism and state and national program management. He undertook overseas assignments for the ABC and in 1967 participated as a presenter in two historic live international TV firsts, ”Expo ‘67” and the BBC’s “Our World”. In 1976 he was awarded the UK’s prestigious Imperial Relations Trust Scholarship, enabling a six months study of broadcasting, politics and governance in Britain. Post-ABC, he spent 25 years in communications management and as a journalism lecturer at the University of Canberra.


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