April 27, 2011
Finding your compass in the media world
An evening with Geraldine Doogue
Geraldine Doogue is a renowned Australian journalist and broadcaster and one of the most respected and popular personalities on national television.
Geraldine had originally planned a career as a school teacher. However, after completing her Arts degree in 1972 she applied on impulse for a journalism cadetship with The West Australian.
Since then, Geraldine has carved out an incredible career in print, television and radio working for The Australian, Channel 10, 2UE and ABC’s Four Corners, Nationwide, Life Matters, Compass and Saturday Extra programs.
She has won two Penguin Awards, a United Nations Media Peace Prize, a Churchill Fellowship and is recognised as an Officer in the Order of Australia.