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Host Anjali Rao's career has seen her presenting CNN and Sky News, as well as interviewing some of the world's biggest names.
Executive Producer Peter Charley has worked for more than 30 years as a reporter and producer.
Chief Producer Geoff Parish has worked for over two decades in radio, television and print.
Garry McNab has worked in newspapers, radio and TV since 1988, and joined Dateline as Chief of Staff in 2012.
Supervising Producer Ashley Smith joined Dateline in 2006, but his media career began over 40 years ago.
Victoria Strobl started her career in television in 2000 and is one of Dateline's Supervising Producers.
Allan has worked as a TV reporter and producer for over 40 years, joining Dateline in 2013 as Supervising Producer.
Producer and Researcher Donald Cameron grew up in Hong Kong, and joined Dateline in 2009.
With a Masters Degree in Asian studies, Melanie Morrison is one of Dateline's Researchers.
Laura Grace joined Dateline as Production Manager in 2012 after three years on SBS's Living Black.
Production Coordinator Claudianna Blanco has worked in three continents in virtually every type of media outlet and genre.
Online Producer Andrew Sainsbury worked as a journalist in the UK for 15 years, before moving to Australia.
Kim Adams worked in the World News Australia video library, before joining Dateline as a Production Assistant in 2012.
Mark's impressive body of work has won five Walkley awards, including the prestigious Gold Walkley.
David Brill has been covering disasters, wars and humanitarian stories since 1967, with a mission to seek out unsung heroes.
Nick has spent his entire career devoted to broadcasting, from ABC Radio to programs like Landline and Countrywide.
From global warming in Antarctica to jungle warfare in the Amazon, Aaron isn't afraid to tackle the big issues.
Amos joined Dateline in 2001 and spent almost seven years as Supervising Producer, before returning to on-the-road reporting.
David began working for Dateline in May 1998, during the riotous final days of President Soeharto’s rule.
Aaron spent five years as a Dateline producer, before becoming a US-based video journalist.
Adrian is considered one of Australia's most experienced Asia correspondents.
Fouad came from Baghdad to Australia as an asylum seeker, but has returned to Iraq for a series of groundbreaking stories.
Evan Williams has 20 years experience covering the world's most troubled regions.Follow @EvanWilliams100
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