Emily Angwin has had an impressive career in the media since graduating from RMIT in 2008 with a Bachelor of Communications (media) degree. Emily is currently a reporter for Seven News Melbourne and is the news reader for SEN’s newest breakfast radio show with Garry Lyon, Tim Watson and Hamish McLachlan.
After studying, Emily worked casually at 3AW, Nova 100 as an assistant producer, and then as a newsreader and on-the-road reporter at SEN and MTR radio stations in 2010 and most of 2011.
In 2011 she seized the opportunity to work as a reporter at Seven News Melbourne making a seamless transition from radio to television.
In addition to her reporter role at Seven News Melbourne she is also a fill-in weather presenter. In 2016 Emily was a member of the Seven Network’s team to cover the Paralympics in Rio. Since joining the Seven Network Emily has been a part of the on-air team for the New Year’s Eve broadcast, AFL Pre-Game Show as a fill-in panellist, and Spring Racing Broadcast. In 2017, Emily will be seen on the screen as part of the Australian Open reporting team.
Emily is a presenter for Carlton Media, a role through which she supports her beloved Carlton Football Club. Continuing with her love of sport Emily is an ambassador for the TaylorMade Golf Company.
Emily is also proudly an ambassador for the Breast Cancer Network Australia.
In 2015 Emily’s work was recognised by the Melbourne Press Club by being awarded the Quill Award for Best Breaking News Coverage for her coverage of the Wyndham Vale lake tragedy.