Jane Doyle Bio,Age,Height,Early Life,Parents,Siblings,Husband,Kids,Seven Network,Networth

Jane Doyle

Jane Doyle Biography

Jane Doyle is a presenter for Seven News in Adelaide having joined the Seven Network from American Broadcasting Company television. after a year as substitute presenter for American Broadcasting Company television”s Adelaide, she became the main presenter of the 7pm bulletin.

Jane Doyle Age

Jane Doyle was born on 10th February, 1958, Adelaide, Australia.

Jane Doyle Height

She stand at 5 feet and 6 inches.

Jane Doyle Early Life

To make things better in her life, Jane Doyle quit her secured teaching job in Queensland. In 1989, Doyle and her husband Ian moved to Port Pirie, where Jane was appointed as the Rural Officer of ABC Radio. Jane was also selected as a part-time employee of The Recorder Newspaper, where she managed her routine work as an announcer along with her normal work. Jane’s husband was transferred to Adelaide, where he served as a reporter at ABC television’s countrywide show. Jane served in the print journalism industry for a two-and-a-half-year stint when she had TV Week’s Adelaide Bureau Chief role.

Jane Doyle Parents

Information regarding her parents is not publicly available.

Jane Doyle Siblings

Information regarding her siblings is not publicly available.

Jane Doyle Husband

Jane is married to Ian Doyle is the multi-awarded talent behind a number of high profile television and radio shows including the African documentary Seeds of Hope, which was nominated for the Berlin Film Awards, The Last Mail from Birdsville – the Story of Tom Kruse, Australia All Over and Tony Delroy’s Nightlife.

A polished presenter with enormous local and international experience, Ian is a commanding MC, moderator and facilitator, and an entertaining after dinner speaker at conferences, conventions and award presentations. His long list of clients includes Telstra, Australian Rural Leadership Foundation, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, NFF, FRDC and the SA Government.

Ian was born and educated in North Queensland. He holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Diploma of Education. After teaching in NQ for a few years, he joined the ABC in Sydney in 1981 and worked as a radio and television journalist and executive producer with the Rural Department for 16 years.

During his time with ABC Countrywide, Ian produced a number of award winning overseas reports from locations including Egypt, eastern Africa, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.

Ian Doyle made significant contributions to a number of radio documentary series including Blue Hills Revisited, Great Working Dog Stories and The Bloke From The Birdsville Track – the George Bell Story.

Ian resigned from the ABC in 1997 to present the weather on Channel 7 and to establish an Adelaide based media production and consulting company. In recent years he has produced a number of TV documentaries, aired on ABC, SBS and commercial TV including The Last Mail from Birdsville – the Story of Tom Kruse and Source to Sea – the Story of the Murray Riverboats. He is the executive producer of The Back of Beyond Collection released in 2004, Three Men and a Boat – the Story of the MFV Tacoma in 2013 and The Tom Kruse Collection released in 2014.

Ian has also presented various local, state and national ABC and commercial radio programs including Australia All Over, Tony Delroy’s Nightlife, ABC Early Mornings and 891 ABC Adelaide breakfast.

He has won a number of state and national awards for journalism including the Dalgety Award for excellence in Rural Journalism (1987) and the Telstra Rural Media Award for on-line journalism (2011) and in 2013 was named a Rural Media Icon.

He enjoys the occasional good South Australian shiraz, catching a fish or two and hitting a golf ball a very long way.

Ian is actively involved in the Royal Flying Doctor Service. He is a foundation board member of Australia’s Open Garden Scheme, a former board member of the Barossa Music Festival, a member of the Adelaide Beer and Beef Club and is a life member – and since 1987, President of Rural Media SA.

Jane Doyle Kids

Both Ian and Jane Doyle have a son named Henry Doyle who serves in hospitality and media after completing an Arts degree at Adelaide University in 2000.

Jane Doyle Seven Network

Television Career HighLights:

1975-1977: Special Education Teacher, Queensland Education Department, Currimundi and Charters Towers
1978-1981: Journalist, North Queensland Newspapers, Charters Towers
1981-1983: Journalist, Northern Newspapers, Port Pirie, Newsreader and General Announcer, ABC Radio 5CK, Port Pirie
1983-1986: Bureau Chief, TV Week Magazine, Adelaide
1986-1987: Announcer, ABC Radio, Adelaide, Relief News Presenter, ABC TV News, Adelaide
1988-1989: Chief News Presenter, ABC TV News, Adelaide
1989-Present: News Presenter, Seven Nightly News, Adelaide
2005-2012: Newsreader and co presenter, Radio 5AA Breakfast, Adelaide

One of Adelaide”s most respected and popular television presenters, Jane began as a school teacher before moving in journalism in far-north Queensland. After arriving in Adelaide she returned to print as Adelaide editor of television Week before again joining the American Broadcasting Company as a news reader. In 1988, after a year as substitute presenter for American Broadcasting Company television”s Adelaide, she became the main presenter of the 7pm bulletin.

The following year, Jane moved to SAS-7 to present Seven Nightly News with Graeme Goodings.

She continues to present Seven News, now with John Riddell. She has also been a reporter on local programs such as Discover and Adelaide Weekender, and for many years she was a commentator for the broadcast of the annual Adelaide Christmas Pageant and the annual ANZAC Day parade.

She also has hosted Carols by Candlelight where she also displayed her talent for singing with some renditions of classic Christmas carols. Since January 2005, she has also worked on the 5AA breakfast radio show. Jane is in high demand as an MC, keynote speaker, facilitator, and interviewer for large and small business, community, and charitable events.

Jane Doyle Awards and Achievements

Better Hearing Association Clear Speech Awards.

Best Television News Presenter 1988, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2000, 2004 and 2008.

Australian Commercial Radio Awards.

Best Australian AM Newsreader 2009.

Finalist, Best Australian AM Newsreader 2010.

Finalist, Best Australian AM Newsreader 2011.

Jane Doyle Salary

She earns an estimated salary of $ 100,000 per year.

Jane Doyle Net worth

Jane net worth is estimated to be $ 3 million dollars.

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