International Editor & Anchor of Reporting LIVE with Stan Grant
SKY NEWS LIVE, Ch 601
Stan Grant is the International Editor at SKY NEWS and anchors the evening program Reporting LIVE with Stan Grant on SKY NEWS LIVE.
Stan joined the SKY NEWS team in 2013 as anchor of NewsNight on SKY NEWS National.
He returned to Australia in late 2012 following 11 years working for CNN where he began in 2001 as an anchor in Hong Kong, before relocating to Beijing as correspondent.
A multiple-award winning journalist, the past two decades has seen Stan cover some of the world’s biggest news events including; the war in Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan, the release of Nelson Mandela and the troubles in Northern Ireland. He also covered the death of Princess Diana, the hand-over of Hong Kong, conflict in the Middle East, terrorism in South East Asia and most recently the Tokyo earthquake.
Prior to joining CNN, Stan worked in The United Arab Emirates hosting weekly news program Prismfrom Abu Dhabi.
Stan’s career began as a news presenter with the Macquarie Radio Network. He then joined ABC TV Canberra in 1987 as Federal Political Correspondent, followed by New South Wales State Political Correspondent.
His television credentials also include the SBS and Seven Network where he presented for a variety of current affairs programs including; Real Life, 11AM, Face to Face, Today Tonight and Sunday Sunrise.
His tireless work in the news industry has been continuously recognised with a string of prestigious international awards including Best News Program at the Asian Television Awards in 2002 for his work co-anchoring CNN’s Newsbiz Today.
In 2006 Stan was recognised once again with two awards; Best Current Affairs Presenter and Best Current Affairs Report for his coverage of the Pakistan Earthquake in ‘Rising from the Ruins’.
Back home, Stan was also honoured in 1993 with a Logie Award for Most Popular Current Affairs Program.
Check out Stan on the panel "The Return to Aus: Following the Yellow Brick Road Home" at the 2015 Advance Global Australian Summit.