The KMA Team

Kirstine Murray

Kirstine Murray has 17 years experience, seven as a Media Skills™ trainer and almost a decade as a television news reporter and producer with major networks both here and overseas. Combined with a strong understanding of adult learning principles she, as one client describes, “bullet proofs” spokespeople.

She regularly works with senior Government executives and has extensive experience delivering and managing large scale media training programs.

Kirstine’s extensive television and news expertise includes working as a producer and on air reporter for Australia’s major news networks, with the world’s largest international television agency in London.

She kicked off her career as a regional television journalist in Queensland, covering diverse events which included a bikie shootout, political battles and healthcare issues. She then spent several years in London as a news producer working for several UK broadcasters and the international television agency Associated Press Television News (APTN).

On return to Australia in 2000, she worked for the Nine Network in Sydney on its Olympic coverage, before moving to the ABC. She researched and presented stories for George Negus Tonight, on ABC Television.

Kirstine has a BA (Journalism) degree from the University of Southern Queensland, and holds the nationally recognised and accredited training Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training.

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