Brooke Boney Bio, Age, Husband, Today, 9News, Salary, Net Worth

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Brooke Boney Bio, Wiki

Brooke Boney is an Australian journalist and television presenter who serves as the news and entertainment presenter of Nine Network’s breakfast program Today. Boney also serves as a spokesperson for the GO Foundation, an organization that promotes education for Australian aboriginals.

Brooke Boney Age

Boney is 35 years old as of 2022. She was born on 22 June 1987 in Muswellbrook, Australia.

Brooke Boney Height

Her actual height has yet to be revealed, but it will be updated as soon as her body measurements are released.

Brooke Boney Family

Boney was born in a family of six children where she is the eldest. Despite growing up in a very low-income family—her mother (Leonie Boney) was the head of the household—she developed a strong work ethic, which she credits to her grandfather. Her ethnicity is Gamilaroi.

Brooke Boney Husband

Boney is a very private person when it comes to her personal details. Thus details of her relationship status are not known to the public. We will be sure to update you once this information is available to us.

Brooke Boney Education

While still in high school, she volunteered at a community radio station, and after graduating, she worked as an advertising cadet at the Australian Financial Review.

Boney earned a Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) from the University of Technology Sydney in 2014 after enrolling as an older student.

Brooke Boney Career

Boney produced the Blackchat show on Sydney’s Koori Radio before morning classes and worked as an intern at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in the afternoons while she was pursuing her degree. She was hired as a political correspondent for NITV before to graduation, and she began working there in 2013 from Parliament House. The Australian Labor Party leadership change in March 2013 and the ensuing federal election were the subjects of her first assignments.

From 2016 until 2018, she was a newsreader for the ABC radio station Triple J. She became well-known for introducing herself at the start of Triple J’s newscasts by saying the traditional Gamilaroi greeting, “Yaama.”

It was revealed in December 2018 that Boney had been hired as the network’s longtime entertainment editor Richard Wilkins’ coworker on the breakfast show Today on the Nine Network. She has been in this position since November 2022.

Boney was questioned about Change the Date, a campaign that seeks to move Australia Day from its present date, which commemorates the landing of the First Fleet in Sydney, in January 2019, just days after starting her new role. She replied:
This is the best country in the world, no doubt. But I can’t separate the 26th of January from the fact that my brothers are more likely to go to jail than they are to go to school, or that my little sisters and my mum are more likely to be beaten and raped than anyone else’s sisters and mum, and that started from that day.

A furious backlash, conflicting opinions from some viewers, and a lot of media debate resulted from this.

Brooke Boney Podcast

Southern Cross Austereo announced in February 2021, that Boney and Linda Marigliano would host The Dream Club podcast on LiSTNR. The weekly podcast features pop culture analyses and social commentary on all the highs and lows of internet culture.

Boney won the Lego Masters: Bricksmas specials on Nine Network in November 2021.

Boney co-hosted Carols by Candlelight with David Campbell, according to a December 2022 Nine announcement.

Brooke Boney Today

Alex Cullen was replaced by Boney as Today’s newscaster in January 2023. Boney covered news and entertainment while Cullen concentrated on sports.

Brooke Boney Salary

Her annual salary is estimated to range between $ 100,000 – $ 500,000.

Brooke Boney Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.


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