Experienced journalist and presenter, Natasha Exelby is returning to Network 10 as a Senior Reporter for 10 News First Melbourne.
Beginning her career in regional Queensland before moving to Canberra as a Political Correspondent in Parliament House, the award-winning journalist and natural storyteller has worked in some of the world’s top newsrooms covering some of the biggest stories across the globe during her 15-year career.
Natasha has reported on the frontline of war zones in Syria and Afghanistan. During her time as a Foreign Correspondent based in Istanbul, Natasha reported from more than 20 countries throughout Asia, Europe and the Middle East. She broadcast live during the dual attacks that rocked Belgium, led the outside broadcast for the Bastille Day truck attack in Nice and was live on air during the attempted 2016 coup in Turkey, where hundreds of people were killed and thousands injured.
Recently seen in the South African jungle on 10’s I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Natasha won the hearts of the Australian viewers with her open and honest personality and unyielding courage.
The talented journalist will work across 10’s news programs and platforms and will report to 10’s Network Director Of News Content, Ross Dagan and Mark Gillies, Executive Editor – Melbourne.
Ross said: “Tash is a great story teller. She’s proven herself to be exceptionally versatile across reporting and presenting roles. I am sure she won’t be a stranger to many of our news, information and discussion based programs and platforms.”
Mark said: “Natasha will be a fantastic addition to the 10 News First team. She’s an experienced journalist, with a personality and character that makes her a perfect fit for the Melbourne newsroom.”
Natasha said: “The Network is stacked with super talented humans and I feel very lucky to be back in the mix. I’m looking forward to working with old friends and making new ones.”
Natasha Exelby will return to Network 10 from early July.