Steve Cannane Biography
Stephen Paul Cannane is an Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) news journalist and current affairs, reporter. He works for the ABC’s Investigations Unit as a reporter. He previously was the ABC’s Europe Correspondent in London from 2016 until 2018. He was also a former host of The Drum and a reporter for Lateline.
Steve Cannane Age
He was born in 1970.
Steve Cannane Height
His height is unknown.
Steve Cannane Parents
Details about his parents are not yet released in the limelight.
Steve Cannane Wife
He rarely talks about his love life. He is believed to be still single.
Steve Cannane Kids
He has no kids yet.
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He began his career as a correspondent for Triple J’s current affairs show, The Morning Show. After Francis Leach departed the station in 2003, Cannane took over as host of the show. He filled in for the regular breakfast host on ABC Radio National while he worked on other projects.
Additionally, Cannane was named the Australian representative on the US Department of State’s Edward R Murrow program for journalists in 2006, and she earned the Excellence in Alcohol and Drug Media Reporting Award at the National Drug and Alcohol Awards.
Along with that, Steve hosted The Hack Half Houron ABC2 in 2008. In 2009, he hosted the ABC1 documentary series Whatever! The Science of Teenagersand wrote First Tests: Great Australian Cricketers and the Backyards That Made Them, which was published in 2010. Cannane was named host of ABC News 24’s The Drum, a panel discussion program that provides news and insight on current events, in July 2010.
Moreover, on Lateline in July 2010, Cannane revealed how the Australian Vaccination Network (AVN), harassed the parents of a child who died of whooping cough. With news that their President Meryl Dorey had sought access to the child’s medical records as evidence, she had died from a pertussis illness.
His report was the first to expose the lobby group as heartless and nasty. The paper also mentioned a complaint about the AVN that was being investigated by the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC), which claimed the organization distributed false and harmful vaccination advice.
Steve Cannane Salary
His annual salary is approximately $72,000- 100,000.
Steve Cannane Networth
Her net worth has been estimated at $1 million.
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