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Melissa Doyle was born on 10 February, 1970 in Sydney, Australia, is a Journalist; television & radio presenter, author. Discover Melissa Doyle's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 50 years old?
|Occupation||Journalist; television & radio presenter, author|
|Age||51 years old|
|Born||10 February 1970|
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Melissa Doyle Height, Weight & Measurements
At 51 years old, Melissa Doyle height is 1.75 m .
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Who Is Melissa Doyle's Husband?
Her husband is John Dunlop (m. 1995)
|Husband||John Dunlop (m. 1995)|
|Children||Natalia Grace Dunlop, Nicholas Dunlop|
Melissa Doyle Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Melissa Doyle worth at the age of 51 years old? Melissa Doyle’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from Australia. We have estimated Melissa Doyle's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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|Wikipedia||Melissa Doyle Wikipedia|
In October 2019, Sunday Night was cancelled. It was announced Doyle would remain with the Seven Network in a variety of news reading roles.
In October 2018, Doyle won Best Music Presenter at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards.
In August 2016, it was announced that Doyle would move into a new expanding role as host and senior correspondent on Sunday Night. As a result of Melissa's new position Michael Usher replaced her on Seven News Sydney.
Doyle was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in 2016 for significant service to the community through representational roles with a range of charitable groups, and to the broadcast media.
In June 2015, it was announced that Doyle would replace Chris Bath on Sunday Night and Seven News Sydney due to Bath's resignation from the Seven Network. Doyle signed off from Seven Afternoon News for the last time in late July.
In October 2014, Doyle won Best Newcomer On-Air (Metro) at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards.
On 20 June 2013, Doyle announced that she would be stepping down as Sunrise co-host to take on a national role within the Seven Network. She presented her final show on 9 August of the same year. Her farewell program was the highest rating edition of the show that year.
It was revealed in August 2013 that Doyle would present a new national bulletin of Seven Afternoon News at 4pm on weekdays with former Today Tonight host Matt White, as well as a new national bulletin Seven News at 7 on Seven's digital channel 7Two. This bulletin was discontinued in May 2014.
Doyle began presenting Seven News at 7 on 12 August and Seven Afternoon News on 19 August. Doyle also hosted the first debate of the 2013 Federal Election between Labor leader and then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Liberal leader Tony Abbott, on 7Two on 11 August. She was also a part of the 2013 federal election broadcast with Chris Bath, Mark Riley and Matt White.
In October 2013, Doyle joined smoothfm to host Weekend Breakfast from 6am to 10am. The program has continued to grow in popularity with her show recording the highest ever market share percentage in the June 2014 Rating Survey and making the program the #2 FM weekend breakfast program for All People 10+. In the coveted Females 40–54 ratings segment, Doyle's program was the #1 FM Weekend Breakfast program, recording its highest ever share result in the June ratings survey and the only FM station with over 20% share.
Doyle is the National Patron for Make A Wish and an ambassador for The Alannah and Madeline Foundation, Westmead Children's Hospital, World Vision, Children's Cancer Institute and the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Melissa is also an ambassador for the Federal Government's National Road Safety Council and is the Number One Ticket Holder for the GWS Giants (AFL) and Whittlesea Eagles (Vic AFL). She was also the Chairperson for the GIANTS Foundation Charity, established in 2013 and served in this role until 2018, when she was appointed to the Board of Directors of the GIANTS in 2018.
Doyle supports the Greater Western Sydney Giants AFL team; in 2012, she was named as the GWS Giants' inaugural No. 1 Ticket Holder.
While at the helm of Sunrise she was at the front line of many of Australia's biggest stories of the era including, but not limited to, Beaconsfield Mine collapse and the 2010–11 Queensland floods, and international stories such as the Royal Wedding.
In 2008, Doyle was selected to front a new documentary program on the Seven Network called The Zoo. The show had a six-week run during the first half of 2008. A second series of The Zoo commenced on air in October 2008. It generated an audience of over 1.7 million people in each of its first three weeks making it one of the Top Five Programs on Australian television for that week, and one of the highest ranking programs of the year.
In October 2007, Doyle's first book, The Working Mothers Survival Guide (co-written with Jo Scard), was published by Allen & Unwin. It sold over 10,000 copies in its first print run. In 2014, she released her second book, Alphabet Soup. The memoir was the biggest selling Australian memoir in the market during its first few months on bookshelves. Doyle and Koch also co-hosted another Seven Network production Where Are They Now?.
Doyle was nominated for the Silver Logie as Most Popular Television Presenter in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. She was the only female nominated in that category.
In 2003, Doyle enjoyed a very public pregnancy with her second child, who was born in December of that year.
After her stint at Prime ended in 1995, Doyle joined the Seven Network as a Canberra-based political reporter before moving to Sydney where she read the news on 11AM, reported the news and read the afternoon updates. Doyle was one of Sunrise's original hosts before it was axed in 1999, before being resurrected in 2000, and which she rejoined in 2002. In 1999 she was the fill in presenter of the last bulletin of 11AM due to the incumbent presenter Anne Fulwood having already relocated to Melbourne. She also had a stint reading the Seven Late News.
Doyle attended the Pymble Ladies' College. She studied communications at Charles Sturt University and during her studies she was a broadcaster with on-campus community radio station 2MCE-FM. She gained a cadetship at WIN Television's Canberra bureau in 1990, later becoming their weather presenter. Doyle then moved to Prime Television in 1993, where she was a news anchor and general reporter.
Melissa Jane Doyle AM (born 10 February 1970) is an Australian television presenter, author and journalist. Doyle currently hosts Weekend Breakfast on smoothfm and is a presenter for Seven News. She was previously co-host of the Seven Network's breakfast television program Sunrise from 2002 to 2013 alongside David Koch and host and senior correspondent of Sunday Night.