Seven News reporter Adam Walters heads to TEN

Seven loses Sydney news reporter Adam Walters to TEN Eyewitness News

Network Ten has signed Walkley Award-winning journalist Adam Walters (pictured) to TEN Eyewitness News First At Five as a senior reporter.

Walters is one of Australia’s most respected and experienced television, newspaper and radio journalists and he takes up his role at Network Ten in July.

In 2007 Walters was nominated for Walkley and Logie Awards for a series of exclusive reports that led to the resignation of NSW Police Minister Carl Scully. In 2002 he shared a Logie Award and Walkley Award for the coverage of the Bali bombings.

Network Ten’s network news director John Choueifate said: “I have worked with Adam for over 30 years and he has never let me down. He is a fearless, thorough journalist who has a reputation for breaking stories. He will be a welcome addition to TEN Eyewitness News First At Five.”

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