Rod Young is the presenter of the Brisbane bulletin of Seven News with Kay McGrath.
Before moving to the Seven Network, Rod was the face of news in Brisbane on the ABC where he began working in the late 1970s. Rod has had a distinguished career after starting in radio at station 2GO at Gosford on the New South Wales central coast. Rod was appointed the weeknight newsreader on the ABC in the 1985.
In October 2002 he moved to Seven News to present beside Kay McGrath, after the long serving news presenter Frank Warrick retired.
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... News Brisbane is presented by Kay McGrath and Rod Young (weekdays) from Seven's Brisbane studios, located at Mount Coot-tha ... In October 2002, Rod Young moved from ABC News in Brisbane to co-anchor with Kay McGrath ... Local News updates are presented by Kay McGrath, Rod Young or Sharyn Ghidella throughout the afternoon and the early evening while National news updates are presented afternoon, evenings and overnight via Sydney ...
... and Bill McDonald from Sunday to Thursday and Kay McGrath and Rod Young on Friday Saturday from Seven's Brisbane studios, located at Mount Coot-tha ... In October 2002, Rod Young moved from ABC News in Brisbane to co-anchor with Kay McGrath ... and Bill McDonald were appointed Sunday to Thursday presenters with Kay McGrath and Rod Young moving to present on Friday Saturday ...
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