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Mark Crysell Named As TVNZ Europe Correspondent

Thursday 29 November 2007-11-29

Mark Crysell Named As TVNZ Europe Correspondent

Mark Chrysell

TVNZ has announced Mark Crysell as ONE News' Europe Correspondent, replacing Melissa Stokes who returns to the Auckland bureau in February 2008.

Mark is one of TVNZ's most experienced reporters and has extensive news background as well as a wealth of current affairs experience, most recently with TVNZ's flagship Sunday programme.

Mark has worked on Assignment, ONE News and Backchat for TVNZ. He has also worked extensively in radio. He was a journalist for Radio Deutsche Welle in Germany, and for Radio New Zealand - both locally and as their Europe Correspondent.

Mark has won 13 Qantas Media Awards, including Best Current Affairs Reporter and Television Reporter of the Year.

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