Naomi Robson

  • Naomi Robson, Master of Ceremonies

    Naomi Robson has anchored the Seven Network’s flagship current affairs program Today Tonight on the Seven Network for the past ten years. Her journey to achieve one of the most coveted roles in Australian News and Current Affairs has included international media experience and roles on both sides of the camera.

    Born in California, USA, Naomi’s family travelled wherever her academic father’s work took them….

    Location: VIC, AUSTRALIA
    Fee Range: $1.00 - $5,000.00

About Naomi

Naomi Robson has anchored the Seven Network’s flagship current affairs program Today Tonight on the Seven Network for the past ten years. Her journey to achieve one of the most coveted roles in Australian News and Current Affairs has included international media experience and roles on both sides of the camera.

Born in California, USA, Naomi’s family travelled wherever her academic father’s work took them. She first came to Australia as a three-year-old and then spent much of her childhood living between Australia and England. By the age of 16 she lived in Melbourne then in Lancashire, northern England while her father was teaching at Lancaster University. As a teenager, Naomi was inspired by the documentary Frontline about the life of Australian cameraman Neil Davis, and she developed a passion for photojournalism. After studying a Bachelor of Arts at Melbourne’s LaTrobe University majoring in archaeology and modern art, Naomi left the course to pursue her interest in photojournalism. She spent the next two years working as an assistant for several respected photojournalists and as a copywriter for a leading advertising agency. Then Naomi hit the road for a working holiday in London. She put down the camera and she took on a role with a UK based publishing group and major magazine as a journalist and editorial assistant. After three years overseas, Naomi returned to Australia and in 1989 took on the role as the assistant editor and features writer for Personal Success Magazine.

Naomi joined Seven News as a general news reporter in June 1990 and after just three weeks was asked by the network to present the news on Steve Vizard’s Tonight Live. Her future roles with the Network included presenting Seven’s Late News, the weekend editions of Seven News, reporting for Real Life and hosting the summer editions of the show. In 1995 she ventured back to her country of birth, America but returned a year later missing her family and Australia to front Our Victoria, a state based travel program and then co-hosting Seven’s News At Five with Peter Ford. In 1997 she took over the reins as host of Today Tonight in Melbourne, then the only state-based public affairs program on television. Her hosting role grew to encompass the national broadcast of the program. In her private time, Naomi loves good food, time with friends and motor racing. She has her Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) licence.

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